Prokaryote in a Sentence

Definition of Prokaryote

a single-celled organism (such as bacteria) that lacks a nucleus and cannot be seen with the naked-eye

Examples of Prokaryote in a sentence

The scientist studied the prokaryote under the microscope to see if its single-cell would multiply in certain conditions.

Because this unicellular bacterium is a prokaryote, it can’t be seen with the naked eye.

With only one cell, the prokaryote organism is one of the simplest forms of life on earth.

Although it is a simple organism, the parasitic prokaryote can invade its host and do a great deal of damage.

Bacteria is an example of a prokaryote since it is unicellular, doesn’t have a nucleus, and can’t be seen without the aid of a technology.

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