A cell that does have a nucleas :P
Jk...A cell with a nucleas is called prokaryotic, and a cell that does not have a nucleas is eukaryotic; no idea if i spelled that right. Is that what you meant by your question?
This is not correct and precisely the opposite. Prokaryotic cells have no nucleus while Eukaryotic cells do. Remember: Prokaryotic cells are bacteria (Archaebacteria and Eubacteria) Eukaryotic are animal and plant cells...SO OF COURSE THEY HAVE A MEMBRANE-BOUND nucleus.
The cells of eukaryotes will contain a nucleus.
no nucleus is INSIDE cells
Cells in organisms that are a part of the kingdom Animalia do have nucleus. Only cells that are prokaryotic cells do not have nucleus.
No, moneran cells do NOTT! have a nucleus...
Animal cells are eukariyotic.They have a nucleus.
Yes, all cells have a nucleus.
Prokaryotic cells do not have a nucleus
Prokaryotic cells have no nucleus. In the human body, mature erythrocytes (red blood cells) have no nucleus.
Bacterial cells do have a nucleus. Basically all cells have a nucleus! Bacteria cells are just a different shape like plant cells. If cells didn't have a nucleus they wouldn't be able to work properly!