The cells that have a complex morphology, with the nuclear membrane delimited by a true cell membrane are called “cellular organisms.”. In this blog post I will discuss what these types of cells are and how their structure is different from other cellular organisms in both appearance and functionality. In order for the nucleus to be delimited by a true cell membrane, there will need to be an organized cytoskeleton. The shape of these cells varies based on its location in the body and can have multiple shapes like spherical or elongated. All organisms with this type of morphology are considered eukaryotic because they all contain nuclei that are surrounded by a membrane bounding them off from their cytoplasm. In contrast, prokaryotes do not have cellular organization so their membranes don’t separate their internal compartments from one another which is why they lack nuclei as well as other organelles like mitochondria or golgi apparatus. Even though prokaryotes still divide through binary fission, it does

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