Question: Difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells ( any five) Edit
Answer: a) Prokaryotic cells don't have nucleus, but eukaryotic cells have.
b) Prokaryotic cells have one (but not true) chromosome known as plasmids, but eikaryotic cells have a number of true chromosomes.
c) Prokaryotic cells are usually unicellular, while eukaryotic cells are multicellular
d) Prokaryotic cells don't have Lysosomes and peroxisomes, but eukaryotic cells have
e) Prokaryotic cells don't have mitochondria while eukaryotic cells have Edit
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