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    Why can only eukaryotic cells evolve into multicellular organisms? Why can't prokaryotic bacterial cells develop into multicellular organisms as well?

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    Prokaryotic cells lack a nuclear membrane, which is the membrane that surrounds the nucleus of a cell. For this reason they do not develop or differentiate into multicellular forms. Some bacterial colonies have cells that may ...