Differentiate between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.
Size: generally small ( 1-10 µm) 1 µm== 10-6 m
Size: generally large (5-100 µm)
Nuclear region: poorly defined because of the absence of a nuclear membrane, and is known as nucleoid
Nuclear region: well-defined and surrounded by a nuclear membrane
More than one chromosome
Membrane-bound cell organelles are absent
Membrane-bound cell organelles such as mitochondria, plastids, etc., are present
In prokaryotes, the genetic material is in the form of circular coil of DNA and without histone proteins.
In case of eukaryotes, the genetic material is in the form of linear double helix DNA and with the histone proteins
This is the main difference between the prokaryotic and eukaryotic DNA........
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