Remember how prokaryotic cells differ in structure from eukaryotic cells. Which organisms are formed

Remember how prokaryotic cells differ in structure from eukaryotic cells. Which organisms are formed by eukaryotic and which by prokaryotic cells?

Prokaryotic cells are different from eukaryotic cells
1) the presence of a nucleoid in the cytoplasm
2) the presence of ribosomes in the cytoplasm
3) ATP synthesis in mitochondria
4) the presence of the endoplasmic reticulum
5) the absence of a morphologically isolated nucleus
6) the presence of protrusions of the plasma membrane, performing the function of membrane organelles
All animals are eukaryotes. Eukaryotes also include plants, fungi, and protozoa.
Most prokaryotes consist of only one cell (unicellular), but there are several multicellular ones. Scientists divide prokaryotes into two groups: bacteria and archaea.

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