Describe two similarities and two differences between eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells?


There are two kinds of cells: simple prokaryotic cells and more complex eukaryotic cells. They both work in pretty much the same way, but there are some big differences. For instance, eukaryotic cells have nuclei, which are sort of like cell 'brains'. The prokaryotic cells don't possess that central nucleus, instead containing important information throughout the cell. Because they are so much less complex, prokaryotic cells can be smaller than eukaryotic cells.

The two kinds of cells rely on many of the same structures and qualities to function. Both have DNA, and although their strands differ in structure, they use the same code. While an eukaryotic cell contains many complex structures, it has the same membrane and plasma construction as a karyotic cell.
Q&A Related to "Describe two similarities and two differences..."
Similarities. 1. They both contain cytoplasm and the genetic material. 2. They both have cell membrane whether as a cell wall or a plasma membrane. Difference. 1. the Genetic material
Eukaryotic cells contain organelles that are enclosed in membranes.
Prokaryotic cells are less complex than eukaryotic
Prokaryotes are unicellular organisms such as bacteria. Their DNA is not contained within a nucleus, so duplication of DNA takes place in the cytoplasm. Eukaryotic cells make up multicellular
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