What is the name of organisms have cells which have a nucleus and membrane bound organelles?
protozoan like ameoba
What kind of cell has a nucleus surrounded by its own membrane and other internal cell parts bounded by membranes?
All the bacteria and archea are unicellular organisms without nucleus. For example streptococcus pneumoniae is one of them. Unicellular organisms, such as these bacteria, are referred to as Prokaryotic, or as Prokaryotes. These terms refer to all cells and Unicellular organisms without a nucleus or membrane-bound organelles. They contrast to eukaryotes, which do have a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles. For example, humans are made of eukaryotic cells,
All cells can be classified into one of two groups based on the presence or absence of a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles. Cells containing a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles are classified as eukaryotic. Alternately, cells that lack a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles are prokaryotic.
Eukaryotic cells Cells with nucleus and membrane bound organelles are eukaryotic. Eukaryotic means "true nucleus", which means that their DNA is covered by the nuclear membrane and other organelles are covered with similar membranes. Cells without a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles would be called prokaryotes.