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Can anybody help me with this definition?
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prokaryocytes is related to mouse mitochondrial, fusion protein, rabbit.
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tommiekiddy wrote:prokaryocytes is related to mouse mitochondrial, fusion protein, rabbit.
What do you mean?
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prokaryotic is a cell that doesn't have many organelles, it just has circular nucleus (nucleoid), doesn't have nucleus membrane, has ribosome, and mitocondria is replaced by mesosome...
but i don't know the meaning of prokariocytes...
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