Is prokaryote or eukaryote a bacteria or plant cell or animal cell?
Bacteria have prokaryotic cells.Plants and animals are eukaryotic.
The correct answer is neither. Bacteria cells are prokaryotes (single-celled organisms), whereas both animal and plant cells are eukaryotes (multi-celled organisms). However, when it comes down to a cellular level, the cells of many bacterial organisms are similar to those of animal cells, many resemble plant cells, and some are characteristic to both. The main distinguishing feature between prokaryote bacteria cells and eukaryote animal and plant cells is the lack of a nucleus in prokaryotes.
An Eukaryotic Cell are living cells but there aren't cells in an animal cell, probably only in a plant cell... Birdyboffin: An animal cell IS a Eukaryote, and so it a plant cell. The term Eukaryote is a cell with an identifable nucleus - one within a membrane (nuclear envelope). In other words Prokaryote = Pre-nucleus.
What distinct feature in the center of the cell makes a eukaryote cell common to plants and animals diffrant from prokaryote cells belonging to bacteria?
a prokaryote is a multicellular organism. a eukaryote is an organism with only one cell. Scientific classificatin- archaebacteria, eubacteria, protist, plant, animal, fungi A prokaryote is another type of scientific classification, it describes an organism. An organism would be classified, and the fact that it is a prokaryote could help classify it, but you would not classify a "prokaryote".
A bacterial cell is a simple, or prokaryote, cell. This means it has no nucleus or other cell organelles. A plant cell is a complex, or eukaryote, cell. Plant cells have organelles. Both cells have a cell wall. A bacterial cell is a simple, or prokaryote, cell. This means it has no nucleus or other cell organelles. A plant cell is a complex, or eukaryote, cell. Plant cells have organelles. Both cells have a cell…
Bacteria cells are prokaryote, that is they have a lose gathering of genetic material and few organelles, ribosomes being the most of that. Cell walls. Onion cells are plant cells that are eukaryote. They have membrane bound organelles and a membrane bound nucleus for the genetic material. Like bacteria, plants have a cell wall.
Well, as plant cells are eukaryote and bacterial cells are prokaryote, I can think of only three things. They are both living cells and all that implies. They both have cell walls. The bacteria have cell walls made of peptidoglycan while plant cell walls are made of cellulose. They both have cellular membranes that are much alike. Both being phospholipid bilayers.
Animal and Plant Cells: Animal and plant cells both contain cytoplasm, cytoskeleton, mitochondria, nucleus, plasma membrane, Golgi apparatus, ribosomes, and endoplasmic reticulum. Plant cells, however, contain an additional, cell wall surrounding the plasma membrane and contain an extra organelle called a chloroplast containing chlorophyll which absorbs sunlight. Eukaryote and Prokaryote Cells: Animal and plant cells are categorized as Eukaryotes. They contain a nucleus. Prokaryotes are mostly bacteria and do not contain a nucleus. Instead DNA…