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Do starfish have nucleus?

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Do eukaryotic cells have a nucleus? ... Asexual Reproduction in Starfish; What is Simple Squamous Epithelium? Theme of Endurance in The Old Man and the Sea;
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Positive: 86 %
Bacteria and cyanobacteria and do not contain a membrane-bound nucleus or any other membrane-bound organelles. ... Do onion cells have chloroplasts?
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Positive: 83 %

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Classification Project: The Common Starfish. ... Eukaryotic (have a nucleus) 2. Are aerobic ... others do not. 6.
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Positive: 86 %
... Animal Embryos: ... The nucleus of the egg (which is a single cell) ... the human) and echinoderms (e.g. starfish) and hemichordates ...
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Positive: 81 %
1 ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION. ... Both the nucleus and the cytoplasm divide equally. ... Seedless fruits and vegetables have to be reproduced by this method.
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Positive: 67 %
Upon contacting sea water, the primary oocytes resume meiosis, the nucleus (germinal vesicle) ... Both starfish and sea urchins exhibit radial cleavage ...
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Positive: 44 %

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