What the 3 main parts to all eukaryotic cell?
The three main parts are: nucleus, mitochondria, and chloraplasts
the main difference is that the prokaryotic cell lacks definite nucleus while a eukaryotic cell contains a well defined nucleus with double membrane.besides prokaryotic cell also lacks membrane bounded organelles while a eukaryotic cell contains all membrane bounded organelles like mitochondria,endoplasmic reticulum etc
The main difference between a eukaryotic and a prokaryotic cell is the presence of a nucleus and other membrane bound organelles. All eukaryotic cells have a nucleus. Prokaryotic cells never have a nucleus. Many eukaryotic cells also have membrane bound organelles such as mitochondria which are lacking in prokaryotes.
single cell organism are microbes generally like bacteria which is a prokaryotic i.e. it did not have all the cellular organelli and the other example of single cells microbes is fungi which is an eukaryotic cell and have all the eukaryotic cellular organelli in them there are another examples of single cell organims like protozoans and some algae which have eukaryotic cells
Protozoa are eukaryotic. A cell on the basis of organisation of its nucleus can be of two kinds: 1.PROKARYOTIC 2.EUKARYOTIC PROKARYOTIC CELL: in prokaryotic cell [unorganised nucleus] no nucleus is present; instead a ring like nucleic acid DNA is present. it is also termed as nucleoid. all cell organelles are absent except ribosomes. Examples: bacteria, blue green algae. EUKARYOTIC CELL: in eukaryotic cells a true nucleus is present. A true nucleus has four parts namely…
ALL the cells in your body is eukaryotic. Eukaryotic by definition is a cell with a nucleus. Because all the cells in your body have a nucleus, they are all considered to be eukaryotic. The skeletal muscle in your body is multinucleated, meaning that they have many nucleus. This, however, does not mean that they suddenly don't become anymore eukaryotic or anymore prokaryotic, because it still has a nucleus.