Cytosol is the liquid "goo" inside a cell, and I can't think of any (eukaryotic or prokaryotic) that don't have cytosol. So yes, eukaryotic cells do contain cytosol.
Aerobic respiration starts in the cytosol and then continues in the mitochondria of eukaryotic cells (and in the cytosol of prokaryotic cells).
External structures of a prokaryotic cell include glycocalyces, flagella, fimbriae, and pili. Most prokaryotic cells have a cell wall. Prokaryotic cells have a cytoplasmic membrane, cytosol, and inclusions. The nonmembranous organelles found in a prokaryotic cell are ribosomes and the cytoskeleton.
No there is no cytosol in the animal cell
Cytosol is the skelton of plant cell
What is the cytosol? The internal fluid of the cell What does it do? Where a portion of cell metabolism occurs.
No, an organelle is defined as a structure in a cell suspended in the cytosol.
Cytosol is the internal fluid of the cell and where a portion of cell metabolism occurs. The cytosol has enzymes that take molecules and break them down.
They both have ribosomes, plasma membranes, and cytosol. Cell walls are present in eukaryotic plant cells as well as in the majority of prokaryotes.
If a cell is prokaryotic, the whole cell is prokaryotic. A cell cannot be partially prokaryotic because it cannot only have part of s nucleus
The cytosol contains the cytoskeleton which gives the cell its shape and can help in the movement of the cell. The cytosol has no single function and is instead the site of a wide variety of cell processes. The function is to save the cell from dirt and germs.
Paramecium is a Eukaryotic cell, not a Prokaryotic cell
an example of a prokaryotic cell is a bacteria cell.
In order for a cell to be prokaryotic, it must NOTcontain a nucleus. Parts of the cell, like the membrane, cannot be prokaryotic or eukaryotic. The cell as a whole is either prokaryotic or eukaryotic.
It is found in a prokaryotic cell
A cell without a nucleus is called prokaryotic cell.
no the prokaryotic cell also has nuclues
Yes, prokaryotic cells have cell walls.
Bacteria are prokaryotic
they are both.
Cytosol + organelles = cytoplasm. Cytoplasm is then surrounded by the cell membrane, forming an individual cell.
The cytosol is like the water in a sea. It holds the organelles and other parts of the cell.