What are some examples of eukaryotic cells?
Humans and dogs
Humans have eukaryotic cells, such as white blood cells. They contain a membrane-covered nucleus. Usually, animals that we can see can be safely considered eukaryotic. Prokaryotic organisms are extremely small, and there are two domains of them, Bacteria and Archaea. The absence of a membrane-bound nucleus and mitochondria can heavily influence their growth and size.