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25 February, 02:21

Which statement is most likely to apply to a cell that has DNA within its cytoplasm?

A) It lacks ribosomes.

B) It has membrane-bound organelles.

C) It is multicellular.

D) It performs all functions for the organism.

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  1. 25 February, 03:18
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    The correct answer is D
  2. 25 February, 04:04
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    If the DNA is within the cytoplasm, this means that the cell does not have a nuclear membrane because that organelle is freely flowing outside. This gives us the impression that the organism lacks ribosomes to perform different functions other than the production of protein.
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