By what signs of structure can one distinguish a bacterial cell from a plant one?

1) there is no formed nucleus in the bacterial cell; 2) the genetic material of the bacterial cell is represented by a circular DNA molecule; 3) membrane organelles are absent in bacterial cells.

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