Compare the structure of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Fill the table

Structure Eukaryotic cells Prokaryotic cells
Cell wall Have plants, fungi; absent in animals in animals. Consists of cellulose (in plants) or

chitin (in mushrooms)

There is. Consists of polymer

protein carbohydrate

molecules

Cell (plasma) membrane there is there is
Nucleus There is and is surrounded by a membrane Nuclear region; no nuclear membrane
Cytoplasm there is there is
Chromosomes Linear , contain protein. Transcription occurs in the nucleus, translation in the cytoplasm Ring ; practically do not contain protein. Transcription and translation occur in the cytoplasm
Endoplazmatiches cue reticulum (EPS) there is Not
Ribosomes there is Yes, but they are smaller
Golgi complex there is Not
Lysosomes there is Not
Mitochondria there is Not
Vacuoli Most cells have Not
Cilia and harness iki All organisms except higher plants Some bacteria have
Chloro layers Plant cells have Not. Photosynthesis of green and purple flows in

bactriochlorophyll pigment )

Microtubules, microfilaments there is Not
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