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Cellular Basics

Structures Inside Cells

Do all cells have a nucleus?

No, not all cells have a nucleus. Prokaryotic cells do not have an organized nucleus, but most eukaryotic cells have a single, organized nucleus. Red blood cells are the only mammalian cells that do not have a nucleus.



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