The organism with no nucleus is called prokaryotic and an
organism with a nucleus is called eukaryotic.
Yes. If a cell has a nucleus then it is eukaryotic and if it has no true nucleus then it a prokaryotic cell.
A Unicellular Organism
The somatic cell nucleus is removed from a body cell of one organism and is palced in an egg cell that has had its nucleus removed
Yes, a single-cell organism is an organism, it contains a nucleus.
prokaryote, some bacteria
the eukaryote type of cell
An organism that doesn't have a nucleus is a prokaryote. In a prokaryote the DNA is floating around in cell.
An organism whose cells lack a nucleus and some other cell structures is called a prokaryotic organism. If the cells had a nucleus then the organism would be eukaryotic.
a cell that does not contain a nucleus is called a prokaryotic cell, so an organism without a nucleus is called a prokaryote
A microscopic organism consisting of one cell without a nucleus is called a prokaryote. A eukaryote is more complex and has a nucleus.
A prokaryotic cell is a single-celled organism that lacks a nucleus.
all organisms are made of cell, and a cell contains a nucleus that controls life activities, cell reproduction and the genes.
A Prokaryote is an organism which has no nucleus.
Inside the nucleus of a cell is the DNA of that organism. The nucleus is also the 'brains' of the cell;' telling' it when to reproduce or make more food.
Prokaryotic Cells do this.