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Prokaryotic vs. Eukaryotic Cells
Transcript of Prokaryotic vs. Eukaryotic Cells
Definition & Function
Have genetic material that is not contained
by the nucleus. Instead, they have a single strand (nucleoid) and small additional loops (plasmids)
Small & Simple
Lack of complex organization
Divides by binary fission (simple cell division)
Have cell (plasma) membrane
Similar basic metabolism
Have genetic material that is contained by a nucleus
Large & Complex
Contain membrane-bound organelles
Contain 80S ribosomes
Can be single or multicellular
Undergo mitosis and meiosis (some)
plants; animals; fungi; protists
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THE 3 DOMAINS