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Asked by nivi95 | 19th Jun, 2009, 09:53: AM

Expert Answer:

Prokaryotic cells are simpler than eukaryotic cells in both their internal structure and genomic organization. They lack the complex compartmentalization found in eukaryotes. They lack nucleus as well as most of the other cytoplasmic organelles present in eukaryotes. Many of the functions of such organelles are performed by poorly organised parts of the cytoplasm. Also, prokaryotes on average have only about one-thousandth as much DNA as eukaryotes.

Answered by  | 22nd Jun, 2009, 01:06: PM

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