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Q: Which of the following types of organisms are prokaryotes? animals bacteria fungi protists
A: Bacteria and archaea. are prokaryotes
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User: Cells with a higher surface area-to-volume ratio have a harder time with the exchange of material into and out of the cell. True False

User: Which of the following types of organisms are prokaryotes? animals bacteria fungi protists

Weegy: Bacteria and archaea. are prokaryotes
MrG|Points 2082|

User: Which kind of molecule gives a cell membrane its fluidity?

User: what is the membrane-enclosed structure called in eukaryotic cells that contain the DNA of a cell?

User: The ___ is the membrane-enclosed structure in eukaryotic cells that contains the DNA of the cell. chloroplast mitochondrion nucleolus nucleus

Weegy: The nucleus is the membrane-enclosed structure in eukaryotic cells that contains the DNA of the cell.
andrewpallarca|Points 17431|

User: Which of these is an area in the nucleus where ribosome parts are constructed? centriole Golgi complex mitochondrion nucleolus

Weegy: Nucleolus is an area in the nucleus where ribosome parts are constructed.
andrewpallarca|Points 17431|

User: Which of these features is not found in all cells? nucleus DNA cell membrane ribosomes

Weegy: It is: nucleus
vandar|Points 911|

User: what are ribosomes?

Weegy: Ribosomes are the cellular organelles that carry out protein synthesis, through a process called translation. [ They are found in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes, these molecular machines are responsible for accurately translating the linear genetic code, via the messenger RNA, into a linear sequence of amino acids to produce a protein. All cells contain ribosomes because growth requires the continued synthesis of new proteins. Ribosomes can exist in great numbers, ranging from thousands in a bacterial cell to hundreds of thousands in some human cells and hundreds of millions in a frog ovum. Ribosomes are also found in mitochondria and chloroplasts. ]
debnjerry|Points 41502|

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