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-Mitochondria are organelles within eukaryotic cells

-Mitochondria themselves are not cells, but are believed to have once been a cell themselves because they have a double membrane and their own genetic material...DNA

-Plant and animal cells are eukaryotic

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Plant cells and animal cells are always eukaryotic.


They are found in plant, animal, eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells.



Yes, both plant and animal cells are eukaryotic. Prokaryotic cells are bacterial cells.


Plant and animal cells are eukaryotic and bacteria are prokaryotic


Plant cells are Eukaryotic. Eukaryotic cells have a nuclei and membrane bound organelles. Prokaryotic cells are cells without a nuclei or membrane bound organelles. A bacteria cell is an example of a Prokaryotic cell. Plant and animal cell are examples for eukaryotic cells.


yes, both eukaryotic plant and animal cells have mitochondria.


Mitochondria is an organell.It can be found in eukaryotic cells.


Plants, animal and fungi are all eukaryotic cells. Eukaryotic cells are larger, they also have a nucleus.


Plant cells are Eukaryotic. Eukaryotic cells have a nuclei and membrane bound organelles. Prokaryotic cells are cells without a nuclei or membrane bound organelles. A bacteria cell is an example of a Prokaryotic cell. Plant and animal cell are examples for eukaryotic cells


Both!All Eukaryotic cells have mitochondria


A eukaryotic plant would have a cell wall, plasma membrane, plasmodesmata, chloroplats, mitochondria, nucleus, ribosomes, Golgi body etc. A nonphotosynthetic prokaryotic would have a nucleus. Prokaryotic is simple, one-celled. No chloroplasts, mitochondria etc.



a protist is a eukaryotic cell the same as an animal cell and a plant cell or even fungi


eukaryotic cells are only animal and plant cells that have a nucleus. prokaryotic cells are only bacteria that doesn't have a nucleus.


There are animal and plant cells, and there are also prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cells. Prokaryotic has no nucleus and eukaryotic has nucleus. Animals and plant cells have eukaryotic cells, the only organism that has prokaryotic cells are bacteria and they are unicellular, that means that they only have one cell.


A plant is made up of cells called Prokaryotic cells, and an animal is made up of Eukaryotic cells.


No, only plant and animal Cells are eukaryotic. Another Cell type is bacterial prokaryotic.


Animal cells have a cell wall and therefore are eukaryotic. No, just no, can I say no again? Plant cells are the one with a cell wall. Learn your basic biology between plant and animal cells before even attempting to answer question.Animal cells have a nucleus, that is what makes them eukaryotic. Bacteria do not have a nucleus, and are prokaryotic.


The plant cell Is eukaryotic because it has a nucleus


fungi cells are prokaryotic cell while plant and animal cells are eukaryotic cell


Lysosomes are in the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells (both plant and animal). They are not in prokaryotic cells.


In prokaryotic cells there are three shared features they have with eukaryotic cells.You have to divide eukaryotic into plant cells and animal cells.Prokaryotic cells share ribosomes and the plasma membrane with animal cells. They have DNA, but do not have a nucleus.As for plant cells, they share having the plasma membrane, ribosome, and cell wall.




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