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No, neither viruses or bacteria contain any organelles.

Bacteria do not use organelles, they perform all those actions directly in their cytoplasm using unbound enzymes.

Viruses are parasites that commandeer the cellular mechanisms for duplicating nucleic acids and making proteins of the infected cell.

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No. Ribosomes are found in almost all organisms except VIRUSES.

Virus have no organelles.They use host cells organelles

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YES.All prokariyotes have 70s ribosomes. All eukariyote have 80s ribosomes

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Do bacteria have vacuole and ribosome in it?

Yes,they do have those organells.But ribosomes are 70s ribosomes.


What are the differences between prokaryotic ribosomes and eukaryotic ribosomes?

Prokaryotic ribosomes are single celled ribosomes and eukryotic ribosomes are multi cellular ribosomes


Do mitochondria and chloroplasts contain ribosomes?

Yes.They have 70s ribosomes. They are similar to bacteria


Where does the chloroplasts come from?

They are thought to be evolved from bacteria. They have 70s ribosomes ,circular DNA like bacteria


What is chloroplast relation in bacteria?

Both have circular DNA. Also have 70s ribosomes


Why ribosomes are of 70s in mitochondria of eukaryotic cell?

Prokaryotes have 70S ribosomes, each consisting of a small (30S) and a large (50S) subunit.


Are chloroplasts like bacteria?

They are somewhat alike.Both have circular DNA.They got 70s ribosomes.


What characteristic of chloroplasts that suggest that they might have evolved from free living bacteria?

They can replicate themselves. They have circular DNA. They also have 70s ribosomes


What did chloroplasts eveolve from according to the endosymbiotic hypothesis?

They are thought to be evolved from photosynthetic bacteria. They have circular DNA and 70s ribosomes as bacteria


What is the difference between a bacterial rIbosome and a eukaryotic ribosome?

Bacteria have 70s ribosomes.Eukariyotes have 80s ribosomes


How do mitochondrio and chloroplasts similar to bacteria?

They have 70s ribosomes like bacteria.They all have circular DNA.


Why Erythromycins does not destroy the 70s ribosomes in mitochondria which is inside eukaryotic cells while it destroys 70s ribosomes in bacteria?

ribosomes are created from the nucleus (protein synthesis) so ribosomes of bacterica will have different genetic information....and remember the cells can communicate with each other .e.g hormones