. Membrane bound organelles are absent in


A: Plasmodium

B: Saccharomyces

C: Streptococcus

D: Chlamydomonas

 

 

Best Answer

Explanation

Membrane-bound organelles are found in eukaryotes, while they are absent in prokaryotes.

Since Plasmodium, Saccharomyces (Yeast) and Chlamydomonas are eukaryotic organisms they possess the membrane-bound organelles.

Streptococcus is a unicellular prokaryote from kingdom Monera, which lacks membrane-bound organelles.

Final Answer

Hence, option C, i.e., Streptococcus is the correct answer

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