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Procaryotic and Eucaryotic Organisms and Gram Stain Technique

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1. Explain the difference between procaryotic and eucaryotic organisms. Name the different kingdoms that are included in each group.

2. Explain the procedure and significance of the Gram stain.

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1. Explain the difference between procaryotic and eucaryotic organisms. Name the different kingdoms that are included in each group.

A prokaryote is unicellular, while a eukaryote is multicellular. In a Prokaryote the nucleus is absent as well as several other organelles, whereas is a eukaryote the nucleus is present with organelles. Prokaryotes have circular DNA. Eukaryotes have ...

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In about 200 words, this solution briefly covers the main differences between procaryotic and eucaryotic organisms, the kingdoms in each group, and the procedure and significance of the Gram stain technique.

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