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Do eukayotes have a nucleus?
Asked in Genetics, Cell Biology (cytology)
Which observation provides evidence that a cell is most likely a eukayotes?
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What is the 1 thing that all protists have in common?
What is the difference between prokaryotoic and eukaryotic ells?
there is a wide difference between eukaryotic and prokaryotiv cell: prokaryotic cell has incipient nucleus whereas eukaryotic cell has well developed nucleus prokaryotic cells contain 70S ribosomes whereas eukaryotic cell contain 80S ribosomes the genetic material in prokaryotes is suspended in the cytoplasm whereas in eukayotes the genetic material is present in yhe nucleus with well defined boundaries prokaryotic cells lack mitochondria and chloroplast whereas eukaryotic cell have mitochondria and chloroplast