1. Cell Structure

Components Unique to Eukaryotic Cells

All cells contain DNA, as described above. However, plant cells, which are eukaryotic, contain organelles and a nucleus while prokaryotic cells do not possess organelles or a membrane bound nucleus. We will start by going over the structures that are unique to all eukaryotic. Next, we will go over structures unique to plant cells.

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