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What are the differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells?

- prokaryotes contain no nucleus: their genetic information is located in a region called the nucleoid.

- prokaryotes are much smaller on average than eukaryotes.

- prokaryotes have no membrane-bound organelles 

- all prokaryotes have a cell wall. Only plant cell eukaryotes have these.

- prokaryotes have smaller ribosomes.

- the ribosomes on prokaryotes aren't on the RER. 

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