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Prokaryotic vs Eukaryotic cell


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Vast differences. The prokaryote cell is much simpler, with less structure and no discrete organelles (such as chlorplasts or mitochondria) within the cell.

The principle difference is the absence of a nucleus. Eukaryotes have a nucleus that contains the primary DNA of the cell. In prokaryotes the genetic material is distributed around the cell.

As is often the case, I rather suspect wikipedia would give a good summary.

Yes, a quick check reveals that they do:


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