What is the difference between humans cells plant cells and microbes?
While a plant cell as a cell wall and a human cell is like a animal cell because we are mammals. So an animal does not have a cell wall.
humans cells contain dna, but the cell of archaea do not
the difference is that proteins build humans and polypeptides build cells
humans are in fact animals, so no. but there are many types of animal cells.
Where they come from: embryonic come from embryos, somatic come from adult humans.
microbes are made of cells
Virus do not have cells.Other microbes have cells.
There are quite a few differences between eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells. Prokaryotic cells do not have a nucleus, while eukaryotic cells do. Prokaryotic cells are not found in humans while eukaryotic cells are. Prokaryotic cells are primitive while eukaryotic cells are much more evolved.
Trees create resin to help defend against insects and microbes. Think of it as white blood cells in humans.
Because more White blood cells, (WBC) are directed to that area as the microbes are detected. The battle between the White blood cells, WBC and Microbes then commences. Hope this helps
For the most part, animals and humans have the same cells. Genetically speaking, humans only have a 2% difference than animals do.
there is no difference
the difference between a cell and a factory in that cells are in your body and factory is not
The difference between cells and organisms is that cells are tiny individual structures which together, can make up an organism. However, cells can sometimes be their own organism such as a bacteria; a single celled organism. Where as, organisms such as humans are made up of many cells!
This is from Mustafa Aiamodin The above answer is not quite correct. Fundamentally, there is not difference between human and animal cells. Humans are animals, so our cells are the same as theirs eg have a nucleus, cytoplasm and membrane. However the combination of genes in our cells are unique to humans, just as each type of animal (and plant!) has its own unique combination of genes. Just remember that we share many of our… Read More
There is no difference, Yeast are eukaryote cells...
Difference between Male and female cells in the blood film
What is the difference between cylindrical and prismatic battery cells?
difference between brain cell and liver cell
The main difference between cancer cells and normal tissue stem cells is that cancer cells are abnormal and present mutations.
The White blood cells swallows and digests the invading microbes.
This answer is from a girl in 6th grade. I go to The Delta Honors Program in MS 54. I learned about cells and stuff in the beginning of the year! Animal cells(humans are animals too) are eukaryotic. Bacteria cells are prokayotic.
The Body KILLS microbes as much as it can using white blood cells. The cells either engulf it or create ANTIBODIES which still onto the microbes and kills it.
In humans and most (if not all) other eukaryote species, males have the karyotype XY in their chromosomes, and females have the genotype XX.
There is no difference, mitosis is the division of cells for the repair of damages areas, or growth, meiosis is different in male and females, mitosis isnt. Sources: An A in biology class
The main difference between skin and muscle cells is the tissue. Skin cells are comprised of epithelial tissue, and muscle cells are comprised of muscle tissue.
What are the differences in cell organelles between onion cells potato cells cheek cells and lettuce cells?
The difference between potato cells and onion cells, check cells, and lettuce cells is the presence of starch in the potato cells chloroplast organelles. The difference between cheek cells and the rest is easier the cheek cells do not have chloroplasts at all.
No. The microbes in your gut help you to stay alive. The microbial cells in your body outnumber your own cells.
Somatic cells or body cells have a dipliod or full set of chromosomes. Gametes or sex cells, also called germ cells, have a hapliod number of chromosomes or half the number. Sperm and eggs are the gametes of humans, and you misspelled cell.......... artard
Microbes are tiny organisms which can only be seen using a microscope. Virus are tiny ents, which hold genetic info but lack of the metabolic machinery to live; they aren't even considered living things. Fungi are a kind of organism that builds its cell walls with chitin, conjugate their cells in an arrengement called hypha and can, not all of them, reproduce sexually.
Passive immunity involves the bodies defenses which do not change for different types of microbes. This would be like Natural Killer B cells which attack a wide variety of microbes. Active immunity involves your body becoming acclimated toward a bacteria or virus, such that future contact will spur on a triggered response. An example of this would be the production of antibodies.
- 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
There are two types of cells in the body - haploid cells and diploid cells. The difference between haploid and diploid cells is related to the number of chromosomes that the cell contains.
Main difference between eukaryotic and paokaryotic cells is the nucleus. Prokariyotes do not have a nucleus
What is the difference between prokaryotic cells and
the difference between a cell and an organ is that an organ is made up of many cells and cells are the building blocks for an organ
not all protist cells have them. but some protist cells do have them in there cells
What do plants have that is one difference between cell division in plant cells and in animal cells?
One difference between cell division in plant cells and in animal cells is that plant cells have a cell plate. Animals cell's have a cleavage furrow.
They are all cells or whatever
the same relationship as between humans and the universe.
the difference is in glyccprotein structure
I don't think there is any difference. Cells created by meiosis are sex cells, i guess they're the same as parent cells
Only plant cells have cell walls.
By being able to see cells and microbes, humans were able to unerstand that we are made up of tiny parts that form larger ones.
leaf cells do not have cell wall but root has it.
one main difference is plant cells have chloroplasts. other difference is the edges of cells different thicknesses.
The difference between a multicellular organisms like humans and unicellular ones like bacteria is that the specialization of cells inÊmulticellular organisms have the ability to perform different functions. ÊSome examples of cells that performÊdifferent function are nerve cells, blood cells and muscle cells.Ê
The difference is is that prokaryotic cell has no Nucleus while the Eukaryotic cell has a Nucleus.
the difference bytween cells is the little stuff inside them even one differance can change the function