How is Bacterial cell different from an Onion peel cell?

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How is Bacterial cell different from an Onion peel cell?

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  1. Bacteria cells are prokaryote, that is they have a lose gathering of genetic material and few organelles, ribosomes being the most of that. Cell walls.
    Onion cells are plant cells that are eukaryote. They have membrane bound organelles and a membrane bound nucleus for the genetic material. Like bacteria, plants have a cell wall.

  2. Bacteria cells are the prokaryote, that is they have a lose gathering of genetic material and few organelles, ribosomes being the most of that. Cell walls.

    Onion cells are plant cells that are eukaryote. They have membrane-bound organelles and a membrane-bound nucleus for the genetic material. Like bacteria, plants have a cell wall.

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