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Do bacteria have a nucleus?


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Bacteria are considered to be prokaryotes, which means they do not have a nucleus

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No. Bacteria are considered to be prokaryotes, which means they do not have a nucleus and other membrane-bound organelles. Instead, the DNA is found in the nuceloid, a region with no membrane, floating right in the cytoplasm, the fluid that fills the cell.

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