comparing and contrasting a prokaryotic and eukaryotic cell.

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  • Eukaryotic cell
    • can have cells of the same size
      • prokaryotic cell
        • no nucleus
        • genetic variation happens through partial or unidirectional transfers of Dna
        • has no mitochondria
        • both have ribosomes
          • Eukaryotic cell
            • can have cells of the same size
              • prokaryotic cell
                • no nucleus
                • genetic variation happens through partial or unidirectional transfers of Dna
                • has no mitochondria
                • both have ribosomes
                  • has no membrane permeability
                  • both can have vacuole
                    • has a non permeable membrane
                    • mostly unicellular
                • many chromosomes
                • has a nucleus
                • usually  unicellular
                • genetic veration occurs through meiosis
                • has mitochondria in animal cells
                • usually plant and animal cells
                • has large ribosomes
                • has chloroplasts in plant cells
                • has semi permeable membranes
                • has cell walls in plants
            • has no membrane permeability
            • both can have vacuole
              • has a non permeable membrane
              • mostly unicellular
          • many chromosomes
          • has a nucleus
          • usually  unicellular
          • genetic veration occurs through meiosis
          • has mitochondria in animal cells
          • usually plant and animal cells
          • has large ribosomes
          • has chloroplasts in plant cells
          • has semi permeable membranes
          • has cell walls in plants

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