Gene splicing machinery

Eukaryotic cells differ from prokaryotic cells in a number of significant ways. Which of the following is present only in eukaryotic organisms?

DNA
Gene splicing machinery
Plasmid
Plasma membrane
RNA

Correct answer
Gene splicing machinery

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correct answer: B

Prokaryotic DNA is transcribed and fully translated. It lacks introns and exons; consequently, it does not require the gene splicing machinery that eukaryotic cells have.