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How can bacterial cell perform cellular functions if it lacks most of the organelles?

How can bacterial cell perform cellular functions if it lacks most of the organelles?

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In order to survive, prokaryotes such as bacteria need to produce energy from food such as glucose. In eukaryotic cells, respiration is performed by mitochondria, but prokaryotic cells do not have membrane-enclosed organelles.