Q.6 State the difference between eukaryotes and prokaryotes.


Answer :

Prokaryotes

(i) Most of them are unicellular organisms.

(ii) They don't have a well defined nucleus.

(iii) Nuclear membrane is absent or present in scattered form.

(iv) They don't have membrane bound organelles which means that the organelles present inside the cell doesn't have membrane.

(v) Example: bacteria and blue-green algae.

Eukaryotes

(i) Most of them are multicellular organisms.

(ii) They have a well defined nucleus.

(iii) Nuclear membrane is perfectly defined and structured.

(iv) They have membrane bound organelles which means that the organelles present inside the cell have perfectly defined membrane.

(v) Example : Plant and animals

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