[Solved] Which of the following can be found in bacterial cells?

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[Solved] Which of the following can be found in bacterial cells?

…Unlike eukaryotic cells, bacterial cells, or prokaryotes, don’t have membrane-bound organelles. Rather, their organelles are suspended in cytoplasm. The nucleus, mitochondria, and chloroplasts can be found in different types of eukaryotic cells, but they don’t exist in prokaryotic cells. Prokaryotes do, however, have ribosomes.

Ribosomes:


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