80s ribosomes are in eukaryotes.70s ribosomes are in prokaryotes.
Prokaryotic ribosomes are single celled ribosomes and eukryotic ribosomes are multi cellular ribosomes
different between prokaryotic and eukaryotic translation
Prokaryotic Cell is a cell without a nucleus and Eukaryotic cell is a cell with a nuclues
prokaryotic cellular replication;list the fundamental/structural differences between it and eukaryotic?
Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cells are both types of cells. They have a few differences though. Eukaryotic cells are larger then prokaryotic cells. Eukaryotic cells also have membrane bound organelles and a contained nucleus unlike the prokaryotic cells.
Prokaryotic cells are generally smaller and simpler than Eukaryotic cellsEukaryotic cells contain a nuclei
in prokaryotic cell ribosome is partly synthesised from nucleoid and partly from pre-exsisting ribosomes. in eukaryotic cell ribosomes are partly synthesised from nucleorar organiser region and partly from pre-exsisting ribosomes.
Two structural differences between prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells would be that prokaryotic cells do not have membrane bound organelles like eukaryotic cells do. Also eukaryotic cells have there DNA contained inside a nucleus. Eukaryotic cells are also larger.
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they are different types of cells
Two similarities between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells are ribosomes and a plasma membrane.Cellular membranesRibosome
There is no difference.Bacteria have 70s ribosomes.Eukariyotes have 80s ribosomes.
Both Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic cells carry DNA, have a cell membrane, and contain ribosomes. But Eukaryotic cells carry DNA in their nucleus, while DNA in Prokaryotic cells roam around freelP
Two of the most notable differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells would be their organelles. This is because eukaryotic cells have membrane bound organelles and an enclosed nucleus. Also they are larger.
eukaryotic well the obvious is that it has a nucleus and prokaryotic cells don't. Also Eukrayotic cells have cell organelles, but both have ribosomes to create protiens! And lastly prokaryotic cells have cell walls usually surrounded by petidoglycon. The spelling might be off but its late
DNA Replication Prokaryotic DNA: Prokaryotic DNA replication occurs in the cytoplasm. Eukaryotic DNA: Eukaryotic DNA replication occurs in the nucleus. Origin of Replication Prokaryotic DNA: Prokaryotic chromosome contains a single origin of replication. Eukaryotic DNA: Eukaryotic chromosome contains many origins of replication.
Prokaryotic and eukaryotic DNA carry genetic information for the development, functioning and reproduction of prokaryotes and eukaryotes respectively. Eukaryotes consist of membranebound nucleus whereas prokaryotes lack a membranebound nucleus. Prokaryotic DNA is doublestranded and circular. But, eukaryotic DNA is doublestrand and linear. The amount of DNA in prokaryotic cells is much less than the amount of DNA in eukaryotic cells. Both prokaryotic and eukaryotic DNA undergo replication by the enzyme DNA polymerase. The main difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic DNA is that prokaryotic DNA is found in the cytoplasm whereas eukaryotic DNA is packed into the nucleus of the cell.
Prokaryotic cells do NOT have a Nucleus. Eukaryotic cells Have a Nucleus. Eu means true and karyos means nucleus.
Prokaryotic cells have small ribsomes, no mitachondria, no nucleus and fewer organelles
Prokaryotes do not have chromosomes
the difference between prokaryotic organisms from eukaryotic organisms is that prokaryotic organisms do not have a nucleus and eukaryotic organisms do
1. Nucleus. The main difference is that eukaryotic cells have a nucleus and prokaryotic cells do not. That is really the meaning of the words prokaryotic (before nucleus) and eukaryotic (true nucleus). 2. Organelles. Eukaryotic cells have membrane-bound organelles and prokaryotic cells do not. I say membrane-bound organelles (mitochondrion, lysosomes) because both have ribosomes, which in come texts are considered organelles, but ribosomes are not membrane-bound (surrounded by a membrane). 3. Size. Eukaryotic cells are huge compared to prokaryotic cells. Most eukaryotic cells can be seen in detail with a simple light microscope. 4. Method of reproduction( cell division). Prokaryotic cells divide by binary fission and eukaryotic cells divide by mitosis or meiosis.