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Why is nuclear region in prokaryotes poorly defined?
Prokaryotes lack the nuclear membrane around the nuclear region in the cell. Nucleic acid of the nucleus is present in an undefined form known as ‘Nucleoid’. That is why, it is said that the nuclear region of the prokaryotes is poorly defined.
This is a diagram showing nucleoid in prokaryotes.
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