Why bacteria is called the prokaryotic cell?

A prokaryotic cell does not contain a true nucleus. This is why it is called a cell with a primitive type of nucleus. The term nucleotide fits nicely in this case. Nuclear materials in a prokaryotic cell are not surrounded by a nuclear membrane. They are dispersed in their cytoplasm. Though the cell organelles such as mitochondria, plastics, endoplasmic reticulum, etc. are not found in a prokaryotic cell, ribosomes are present in it. The chromosomal structure of a prokaryotic cell consists only of unwrapped DNA. Bacteria are constituted of this type of cell and considered as prokaryotic organisms.
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