What is an organism that has no nucleus called?

Answer Organisms that lack a membrane-bound nucleus within their cells are collectively called prokaryotes. Prokaryotes consist of the single-celled archaeans and eubacteria. Conversely, organisms with a ... Read More »

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What organism has 1 cell but no nucleus?

Prokaryotic cells or prokaryotes do not have a nucleus. Prokaryotes are single-celled organisms (living things). They are the simplest and smallest living things and are found in water, air, soil a... Read More »

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What is an atom with a variable nucleus called?

An isomer is an atom with a variable nucleus. A variable nucleus means that the molecular formula is constant, but the arrangement of the atom can and does show variations.References:Monash Scienti... Read More »

What are protons and neutrons in the nucleus called?

Protons and neutrons located in the nucleus are referred to as nucleons. The nucleus exists at the center of the atom and makes up most of the mass of the atom.References:Chem Guide: A Simple View ... Read More »