How is a protozoan parasite different from bacteria?
Protozoans are eukaryotes. Bacteria are prokaryotes.
Asked in Cell Biology (cytology)
How are bacteria cells different from the cells of eukaryotes?
The organelles are not the same the bacteria cells isn't as advanced as the eukaryotes with are in your body and bacteria are more simple when it comes to life. The eukaryotes are said to have come from bacteria cell during the development of advancement of life here on Earth! ...
Asked in Microbiology, Mycology or Fungi
Are all living things that are not bacteria eukaryotes?
True all living things that are not bacteria are eukaryotes. Eukaryotes consists of protists, fungi, animals, plants and everything else except bacteria. ...
Asked in Science, Animal Life
List 5 ways that bacteria are different from protists?
bacteria is a prokaryote but protist are eukaryotes... 1. bacteria lack cell organelles. 2. reproduce by binary fission ...
Asked in Biology, Microbiology, Bacteria
Do all eukaryotes and bacteria have a plasma membrane?
Yes, both eukaryotes and bacteria have a cell (also called plasma) membrane. ...
Asked in Biology, Microbiology, Genetics
How do the cells of bacteria differ from those of eukaryotes?
Bacteria are prokaryotes.
Asked in Microbiology
What is is the difference between protoctist and bacteria?
Protoctists are eukaryotes Bacteria are prokaryotes
Asked in Microbiology, Cell Biology (cytology)
Are bacteria and virsuses prokaryotes or eukaryotes?
Bacteria are prokaryotes.Virus do not have cellular organization
Asked in Ecosystems
True or false all living things that are not bacteria are eukaryotes?
True. Eukaryotes are fungi, protists, plants, and animals -- everything except bacteria. ...
Asked in Bacteria
Bacteria cell lack nuclear membrance and so are classified eukaryotes is this true?
Bacteria lack nuclear membranes, but they're called prokaryotes, not eukaryotes. ...
Asked in Science
Are bacteria and Viruses prokaryotes or eukaryotes?
Bacteria are prokaryotes, viruses are not classified within the six kingdoms of life, and so are neither prokaryotes nor eukaryotes. ...