anonymous
  • anonymous
Anyone have an explanation for a bacteria, protist, plant, and animal cell. Also how are these cell types the same and different?
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chestercat
  • chestercat
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Both bacteria and protista are unicellular. However, bacteria are prokaryotes while protists, plants, and animals, are eukaryotic. PLants and animals are also multicellular. As a prokaryote, bacteria don't have a nucleus or membrane organelles. They only have a cell membrane, ribosomes, and occasionally cell walls. They also divide by binary fission because the DNA is spread out around the cytoplasm. Plants and animal cells are also very similar to each other, but there are some differences such as the shape, structure, and such.
anonymous
  • anonymous
nice job Calcmathlete u r correct

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