Friday, 5 January 2018

How is a prokaryotic cell different from a eukaryotic cell?

Answer :
Difference Between Prokaryotic Cell & Eukaryotic Cell
Prokaryotic CellEukaryotic Cell
  1. Prokaryotes cell lacks a nuclear membrane
  2. Prokaryotic cell has no membrane-bound cytoplasmic organelles. 
  3. Prokaryotes cell does not have Golgi            apparatus
  4. Prokaryotes cells does not have endoplasmic reticulum
  5. In Prokaryotes cells, Chloroplasts is absent
  6. Prokaryotes cells does not have Cytoplasmatic structure
  7. Prokaryotes cells are usually single cells, examples bacteria, archaea
  8. In Prokaryotic cells many of the functions of such organelles are also performed by poorly organised parts of the cytoplasm
  9. The chlorophyll in photosynthetic prokaryotic bacteria is associated with membranous vesicles
  10. In Prokaryotic cells reproduction is always asexual.
  1. Eukaryotic cell has a nuclear membrane
  2. Eukaryotic cell has a membrane-bound cytoplasmic organelles.
  3. Eukaryotic cell has a Golgi apparatus
  4. Eukaryotic cell has an endoplasmic reticulum
  5.  In Eukaryotic cell,  Chloroplasts is present
  6. Eukaryotic cell has cytoplasmatic structure
  7. Eukaryotic cell can be single cells, colonies, higher multicellular organisms with specialized cells, examples protists, fungi, plants, animals etc
  8. In Eukaryotic cells many of the functions of such organelles are also performed by well organised parts of the cytoplasm
  9. The chlorophyll in photosynthetic Eukaryotic cell is associated with plastids 
  10. In Eukaryotic cells reproduction may be sexual or asexual

This is an answered question from Chapter 5. THE FUNDAMENTAL UNIT OF LIFE of CBSE Class 9th Science

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