10 How are bacterial cells different from plant and animal cells? A Bacterial cells Bacterial cells contain ma

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How are bacterial cells different from plant and animal
cells?
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Bacterial cells
Bacterial cells contain many more cell organelles.
Bacterial cells contain almost no cell organelles.
Bacterial cells have more complex cell organelles.
Bacterial cells have well-defined nuclei.

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Eirian 2 months 2021-07-23T02:14:06+00:00 1 Answers 4 views 0

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    2021-07-23T02:15:41+00:00

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    How do bacterial cells differ from animal cells? Bacteria cells are prokaryotic meaning they have no membrane bound nucleus or membrane bound organelles which a plant or animal cell would, bacteria have DNA which is in a colied ‘loop’ within the cytoplasm aong with the ribosomes.

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