Bacterial Cells Are Much Smaller

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  • Bacterial Cells Are Much Smaller
    • Bacteria are prokaryotes
    • Bacteria cells don't have a "true" nucleus - instead they have a single circular strand of DNA that floats freely in the cytoplasm.
    • They may also contain one or more small rings of DNA called plasmids.
    • Bacteria don't have chloroplasts or mitochondria

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