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Difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells


Answered by ambika2004
Prokaryotes are unicellular in nature, as they possess a single cell like bacteria and archaea. While few single cell and all multicellular organislms are known asEukaryotes, although they have the cytoplasm and genetic material in common.
Eukaryotic cell: They are complex and larger than the prokaryotic cells. It is also derived from a Greek word meaning good or true nuclei

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Answered by skh2

The cells can be broadly classified into two categories
1)prokaryotic cell (organism with such kind of cells are also called as prokaryots)

2)eukaryotic cell(organisms with such kind of cells are also called as eukaryots.)

The difference is as follows :-

1)prokaryotic cell doesn't have predominant nucleus. While nucleus is complete and compound in the eukaryotic cell.

2)The nuclear region of prokaryotic cell is known as nucleiod while of eukaryots is known as nucleus and nucleolus.

3)Membrane bound organelles are absent in prokaryotic cells but the membrane bound organelles are prominent in eukaryots.

4)prokaryotic cell is smaller in size as compared to eukaryotic cell .

5)prokaryots are unicellular while eukaryots can be multicellular.

6)the prokaryotic cell has only one chromosome while eukaryots have more than one chromosomes.

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