What would you NOT find in a bacterial cell DNA Cell Membrane Golgi Apparatus Ribosomes?
You would not find a Golgi apparatus in a bacterial cell.
In fact, bacteria contain no membranous structures. The only membrane is the one around the cytoplasm (the plasma membrane).
How can you describe a house using cell analogy including mitochondria ribosomes nucleus endoplasmic reticulum Golgi apparatus protein cell membrane lysosomes and a nuclear membrane?
No, there is no Golgi apparatus in a prokaryotic cell. The Golgi apparatus (= Golgi body, Golgi complex, or dictyosome) is a membranous structure, and there are no internal membranes in prokaryotes. The only membrane is the one that surrounds the cytoplasm, called the cell membrane or plasma membrane.