Do eubacteria have a nucleus?
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What a major characteristics distinguish eubacteria from protista?
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Is a eubacteria a eukariotic one?
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Which two kingdoms have organisms that do not have a nucleus?
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What are eubacteria called because they do not have an organized nucleus?
Does any of the 6 kingdoms not have a nucleus?
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What domains do not posses plastids or an organized nucleus?
Why is Lactobacillus found in Eubacteria and not in Eukarya?
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Eubacteria and archaebacteria lack what cellular structure?
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What are two ways archaea different from the eubacteria?
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What are the similarities between archaebacteria and eubacteria?
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What are organsims that do not have a nucleus bounded by a membrane?
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How are archaebacteria differentiated from eubacteria?
What is a single celled organism without a nucleus called and name its kingdom?
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What do all eubacteria and archaebacteria have in common?
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Is a prokaryotic found in eubacteria or an archaebacteria?
Prokaryote is a type of organism in which the eubacteria or an archaebacteria belong to. Being a prokaryote simply means that it has no "true nucleus" and that it does not contain membrane-bound organelles. Since the eubacteria and archaebacterias both qualify for this, they are both considered to be a prokaryote. ---------- My science teacher gave us a tip, Prokaryiotic- pro/no. Prokaryotics have no nucleus. Eukaryotic- Eu/do. Eukaryotics do have nuclei.