Membrane-delimited nucleus

Bacteria are prokaryotic cells, that is, they do not boast a membrane-delimited nucleus. Eukaryotes encompass cells with a delimited nucleus. Where in such kinds of cells can DNA are found?




In eukaryotic cells DNA is found in the cell nucleus. In prokaryotic cells DNA is found scattered in the cytosol, the fluid space within the cell. The other DNA molecules can as well be found in chloroplasts and mitochondria and, specialized organelles of the eukaryotic cells.

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