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Bacteria are eukaryotic organisms.

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Hint:Prokaryotic and eukaryotic are the types of cells that exist in an organism. Eukaryotic cells are those which contain a nucleus that have genetic material while prokaryotic cells don’t have nucleus. Only the single celled organisms like Bacteria and Archaea are prokaryotes- pro means before and kary means nucleus.

Complete answer:
Bacteria constitute a larger domain of prokaryotic microorganisms as they lack a membrane-bound nucleus .
>Bacteria have different types of shape like rod shape, spiral and sphere shaped.
>Cell membrane is made up of phospholipids which work as a barrier to hold essential components like nutrients and proteins within the cell.
>Cell wall is present outside the cell membrane which is made up of peptidoglycan.
>There are two types of cell wall in bacteria which divide the bacteria into two categories: Gram positive and gram negative bacteria.
>The genetic material of bacteria is a single circular bacterial chromosome of DNA which is located in the cytoplasm and known as nucleoid.

Hence the correct answer is False.


Absence of nuclear membrane and nucleolus.Well defined nuclei and nucleolus are also present.
Mitochondria, Golgi bodies, plastids all are not present.Mitochondria, Golgi bodies, and plastids are present.
Examples of prokaryotic cells are: Bacteria and blue-green algae.Examples of eukaryotic cells are: Fungi, plant and animal cells.