How is prokaryotic cell different from a eukaryotic cell?

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Solution :-

The following are the differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.

Prokaryotic Cell Eukaryotic Cell
1. Size: Generally small (1-10 \( \mu\)m); 1 \( \mu\)\( =10^{-6}m\) 1. Size: Generally large (5-100 \( \mu\)m)
2. The nuclear region is not well defined as the nuclear membrane is absent and is referred to as the nucleoid. 2. Nuclear region: well defined and girdled by a nuclear membrane.
3. There is a single chromosome 3. There are more than one chromosomes.
4. Membrane-bound cell organelles absent. 4. Membrane-bound cell organelles present.

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