why prokaryotic do not require a nuclear membrane?
And what happen if eukaryotic lost their nuclear membrane?
- 7 years agoFavorite Answer
they are simple as they don't have any membrane bounded organelle so they don't have any kind of membrane aroun there neuclear material.....
- JayMLv 77 years ago
Prokaryotes arose prior to eukaryotes. Organelles such as nuclei, mitochondria, etc. hadn't evolved yet, so the first prokaryotes evolved to do without what they never had.
- 7 years ago
because they have no nucleus, therefore, non need for a membrane around itSource(s): ..