Prokaryotic vs. Eukaryotic Cells

For this quiz, write "prokaryotic" for any structures found in prokaryotic cells. Write "eukaryotic" for any structures found in eukaryotic cells. Write "both" for structures that are found in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes.
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eukaryotic
has a nucleus
eukaryotic
has membrane-bound organelles such as mithochondria, endoplasmic reticulum, golgi apparatus, and vaculoes
eukaryotic
Examples of organisms: animals, plants, fungi, protists
prokaryotic
does not have a nucleus
prokaryotic
does not have organelles
both
has a cell membrane
both
has cytoplasm
both
has DNA
both
has ribosomes
eukaryotic
only a FEW are unicellular organisms
prokaryotic
ALL are unicellular organisms
prokaryotic
are simple life forms
eukaryotic
are complex life forms
eukaryotic
are typically the LARGER of the two types of cells
prokaryotic
are typically the SMALLER of the two types of cells
eukaryotic
only SOME have a cell wall
prokaryotic
ALL have a cell wall
prokaryotic
bacteria are an example
cell membrane
protective barrier that acts like a gatekeeper, letting only certain molecules in and keeping other things out
nucleus
acts like the brains of the cell, controls all the cell's activities
cytoplasm
jelly-like substance that cushions and suspends the organelles
DNA
the genetic material which acts like a blueprint for life