What Type of Cell Utilizes DNA but Doesn't Have Their DNA Encased within a Nuclear Envelope?

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The type of cell that utilizes DNA but doesn't have their DNA encased within a nuclear envelop are called prokaryotes. Some examples of these are bacteria, but there are other kinds too.
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