Difference between bacterial cells and human cells?
Bacterial cells are prokaryotic while human cells are eukaryotic. Human cells have a membrane bound nuclues, bacterial cells do not. Human cells have DNA, bacterial cells have plasmid. Cell division occurs differently. Cell shapes differ.
it has more human cells actually the human body has more bacterial cells. Although it may seem more likely that the human body would have more human cells than bacterial cells. -Vasillisa
Their structure is one. A human lung cell is eukaryotic and part of the multicellular structure, the lung. Bacterial cells are prokaryotic and unicellular. Virus is a fragment of protein and nucleic acid that forms a infectious structure.
This answer is from a girl in 6th grade. I go to The Delta Honors Program in MS 54. I learned about cells and stuff in the beginning of the year! Animal cells(humans are animals too) are eukaryotic. Bacteria cells are prokayotic.
Human cells can widely vary in form and function, even in a single human, because of the multicellular structure. Bacteria, on the other hand, are single-celled, and as such every cell is mostly the same.
a human cells have DNA and bacteria has plasmid
The difference is that human cells are made up of all different things but a computer cell is found on a circuit board.
one is a elephant cell and one is a human cell.
the difference is in glyccprotein structure
A selective antibiotic hopefully will kill only bacterial cells.
Aside from different DNA, there isn't really much of a difference between animal cells and human cells. Human cells are an example of an animal cell.
protist cells have membranes, skin cells have walls
How is it possible that antibiotics can target bacterial cells in your body without harming your own cells?
Antibiotics target characteristics of bacterial cells that human cells lack.
cells of a multicellular organisms are specialized
This is essentially because bacterial cells and human cells are very different. Both bacterial and human cells use chemicals called enzymes to build their walls. Penicillin is the right chemical "shape" to chemically stick to part of the bacterial enzyme. When it does this, it stops the bacterial enzyme from working properly and this makes the bacterial cell walls weak. The weakened cell wall cannot withstand the outside pressure, it breaks up and the bacterial… Read More
Predominantly multicellular not in bacteria but in human body • Cell contains a nucleus and other membrane bound organelles not in bacteria but in human body • DNA occurs in a circular form in bacteria only
billions of cells.
I think one of the main differences is that the human cell is round where as the plant cell is rectangular
Bacterial DNA is single strand. Human DNA in the nucleus is double helix. So, with human DNA, the DNA must first split apart before an RNA molecule can read it.
humans are in fact animals, so no. but there are many types of animal cells.
Not all human cells are the same size. There are cells of almost every multicellular organism which are larger or smaller than human cells. All bacterial cells are smaller than human cells.
Well... Human beings are animals, so you cannot really compare human cells to animal cells. But it's just the difference of DNA sequencing among different animals
the colours of the skin is different of some animals The is no real difference.
The main difference is that plant cells have a cell wall. The other is that they contain chloroplasts instead of hemoglobin molecules. Plants do photosynthesis and human cells do tissue respiration. Plants have a special type of vesicles called vacuoles. Plant cells shows totipotancy while most human cells (besides stem cells) do not.
Penicillin spec weakens peptidoglycan, found only in bacterial cells. See the related link for further information.
Bacterial cells don't have a nucleus, because there's no cell membrane to hold it in, instead they have nucleic acid floating around. They also do not have organelles.
mycoplasm which is a bacterial cell and human sperm cell are the smallest cells
It depends on what kind of animal it is. If it is an amphibian, the red blood cells will have a nucleus. Human red blood cells do not have nuclei.
They are both cells
Onion or other plant cells have a cell wall, chloroplasts. and vacuoles. Human or animal cells do not have a cell wall, just a plasma membrane, a flagella for locomotion, and no chloroplasts.
One difference between epithelial cells and muscle cells is their location in the human body. Epithelial cells are skin cells on the outside of the body. Muscle cells are located in the muscle under the skin.
They are called antibiotics (meaning against life) and generally interfere in only a few specific chemical reactions, those found in bacterial cells but not human cells.
Production of human insulin from bacterial cells.
Red blood cells do not have a nucleus while cheek cells have a nucleus. Red blood cells are the only cells in the human body that do not have a nucleus.
Cheek cells are animal cells. They do not have cell walls or chloroplasts. Onion cells are plant cells. They have cell walls, chloroplasts, and vacuoles.
Computer virus' attack switches whereas human virus' affect cells.
bacterial amylase, in terms of optimum activity, works beter at higher temperature. In contrast, human amylase works best at body temperature. That is, of course, 37 degrees Celsius.
The antibiotics interfere with chemical reactions that bacteria need to survive, but that human cells do not employ. In penicillin, a chemical binds to the enzymes that are supposed to help in the maintenance of the bacterial cell walls. So it impedes the repair process until finally the cell wall fails and the bacterium dies. Human cells do not use those enzymes.
Yes there are some differences, see the related link below.
An ELODEA cell is a PLANT cell. A HUMAN EPIDERMAIL cell is an ANIMAL cell. if you know that plant cells and animal cells have different organelles, then you should be good to go.
The ribosomes in bacterial cells do the same job as ribosomes in human and animal cells; they are "sites of translation (protein synthesis)".
this ithe diffence between a cell and bacteria i bacteria is bad and cells are good and grow
Penicillin attacks the peptidoglygan cross linking of bacterial cell walls and these bacteria are prokaryote. Human cells do not have cell walls and are eukaryote in domain.
I actually do not have a clue as i'm only a "kid"
There are approximately ten times as many bacterial cells in the human flora as there are human cells in the body, with large numbers of bacteria on the skin and as gut flora.[
liver cells dont have dna human cells do have dna thats the difference
Cheek cells and liver cells are similar as they both contain mitochondria. However liver cells contains more mitochondria than cheek cells as the liver cells requires more energy (ATP) to carry out different functions such as breaking down drugs and alcohols etc. Other functions of the liver cell are to aid digestion and extract nutrients for your body. Whereas the cheek cell function is to protect against bacterial invasion, and also secretion to keep the… Read More
difference between human being & human person?
Antibiotics are made to only kill the desired bacteria it's made for (which is why the bacteria might have to be tested to figure out what kind will kill it) so the antibiotic won't kill the cells. Bacteria (prokaryotes) and human (eukaryotic) cells differ in several ways. One way in which bacteria and human cells differ is that bacteria contain a cell wall that surrounds their cell membrane. Human cells do not have cell walls… Read More
It is now known that a human body possesses more bacterial cells on its internal and external 'surfaces' than the total number of human body [somatic] cells that make it up : which is 200 trillion human cells per body.
Biotechnology is the use of cells or products of these cells for the service of human. while industrial biotechnology deals with the production of these products on industrial level.