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    Difference in Cells and structure

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    Prokaryotic cells are simple cells. Eukaryotic cells are more complex. What structures do eukaryotic cells have that prokaryotic cells do not? What are different kinds of eukaryotic cells? How do these cells differ in structure? Discuss some of the reasons why the structures of these kinds of cells might be different and how their structures relate to their functions.

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    Eukaryotic cells have organelles, or particular membrane-bound components which specialize in various functions. They also have a nucleus which holds all of the cell's DNA, whereas prokaryotic cells simply don't have one.

    The basic categories of eukaryotic cells are animal, plant, and fungal cells, and their differences can be drastic. ...

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