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14 May, 13:53

Looking at some pond water under the microscope, you notice some an unfamiliar rod-shaped cell about 200 mm long. Knowing that some exceptional bacteria can be as long as this or even bigger, you wonder whether your cell is a bacterium or eukaryote. How will you decide? If it's not eukaryote, how will discover whether it is a bacterium or archaeon?

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  1. 14 May, 15:16
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    It's bacterium.

    Explanation:

    It shows the property of bacterium like it does not have closed nucleus and closed organelles
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