What are three differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells?
prokaryotic cells: * no nucleus * no membrane covered organelles * circuar DNA * most reffered to as Bacteria * has ribosomes Eukaryotic cells * has a nucleus * has membrane covered organelles * linear DNA * are all other types of cells * has organelles and organelle parts like chloroplast and Mitchondria
- prokaryotic cells do not have a nucleus and eukaryotic cells do. - prokaryotic cells have some different organelles from eukaryotic cells. - prokaryotic cells are not found in humans and eukaryotic cells are. - prokaryotic cells are always unicellular and eukaryotic cells are often multicellular. - prokaryotic cells reproduce/divide by binary fission and eukaryotic cells reproduce/divide by mitosis/meiosis
Eukaryotic cells are significantly larger than prokaryotic cells. These are the two basic types of cells in our world. Prokaryotic cells do not have a nucleus, whereas eukaryotic cells do. They both do most of the same functions and conduct them in the same ways, but the two main differences between these kinds of cells is that eukaryotic cells are larger, and much more complex, than prokaryotic cells.
The most notable difference is that eukaryotic cells have a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles while prokaryotic cells do not. A eukaryotic cell is also generally larger and more complex than a prokaryotic cells. Most living things are made of eukaryotic cells with the exception of some, such as bacteria, which is a prokaryotic cell. A prokaryotic cell can also exist as a unicellular organism.
The main differences between the two types of cells is that eukaryotic cells have a nucleus, prokaryotic cells don't. Also, Eukaryotic cells have membrane-bound orgenelles. Eukaryotics are also usually multi cellular, as opposed to prokaryotic cells that are only one cell. Prokaryotic cells actually have two different kinds: archeabacteria and eubacteria. Archeabacteria are known to thrive in extreme places.