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what is prokaryotic
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It is a simple cell e.g bacteria cell
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A prokaryotic cell is a simple cell with no nucleus, no membrane bound organelles (no mitochondria, chloroplasts, nucleus, etc)
ALL prokaryotes are uni-cellular (the whole organism is one cell) but be careful about this since eukaryotes (the opposite type) can also be uni-cellular (although most eukaryotes are multi-cellular)

Bacterial cells are the common example of prokaryotes.
The key points you should take away are that prokaryotes are:
- simple
- uni-cellular and;
- have no nucleus
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