How does a bacteria cell differ from a human cheek cell?

1 Answer
Sep 18, 2015

Bacterian cells differ from almost every human cells due to the absence of a nuclear membrane.


Bacterian cells (procariotic) lack a kind of nuclear organization that the human cells (eucariotic) show, with an intracellular membrane that involves the cell's nucleus; this membrane also originates some intracellular structures that are only present in eucariotic cells.