How are bacteria different from unicellular algae?

1) Bacteria do not have a formed nucleus, but algae do. 2) The cell wall of bacteria consists of murein, while in algae it is made of cellulose. 3) A bacterium has one annular chromosome, while an alga has several non-annular chromosomes. 4) Bacteria do not have mitochondria, plastids, Golgi apparatus, EPS, lysosomes.

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