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How do the two groups of prokaryotes differ?

Most prokaryotes have a cell wall outside the plasma membrane. Recall that prokaryotes are divided into two different domains, Bacteria and Archaea, which together with Eukarya, comprise the three domains of life (Figure 3). Bacteria and Archaea are both prokaryotes but differ enough to be placed in separate domains.

What characteristics are used to identify prokaryotes?

What factors can be used to identify prokaryotes? They are identified by their shapes, the chemical natures of their cell walls, the ways they move, and the ways they obtain energy.

What are two differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells?

Comparing prokaryotes and eukaryotes The primary distinction between these two types of organisms is that eukaryotic cells have a membrane-bound nucleus and prokaryotic cells do not. Prokaryotes, on the other hand, have no membrane-bound organelles. Another important difference is the DNA structure.

What organelles are found in both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells?

  • Prokaryotes and eukaryotes are the two different types of cells.
  • Eukaryotic cells contain membrane-bound organelles, such as the nucleus, endoplasmic reticulum, mitochondria while prokaryotic cells do not but the ribosome is the only organelle that can be seen in both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.

What are three major differences between plant and animal cells?

Major structural differences between a plant and an animal cell include: Plant cells have a cell wall, but animals cells do not. Cell walls provide support and give shape to plants. Plant cells have chloroplasts, but animal cells do not.

What are the similarities between plants and animals for Class 6?

Similarities between plants and animals:

  • They are alive.
  • They will die at some point.
  • They have organs for reproduction.
  • They have systems for converting and utilising energy.
  • They have DNA and RNA.
  • They have cells which need specific nutrients, macromolecules, pH levels etc. to grow and supply the body.
  • They have some way of protecting themselves.

What characteristics do plants and animals have in common?

Both plants and animals are living things, which means that they are both made of cells, both have DNA, and both require energy to grow.

What characteristics do fungi and animals share?

What do Fungi and Animals have in Common?

  • Both fungi and animals are without chlorophyll.
  • Both are having heterotrophic mode of nutrition (not self synthesizers like plants)
  • In both, the cells are eukaryotic with organelles like mitochondrion, ER, Golgi etc.
  • Both store carbohydrate as glycogen (reserve food)