|Cell without a defined nucleus, its genetic material is scattered in the cytoplasm.
|Cell with a nucleus defined by a membrane that contains the genetic material.
|Between 1 and 10 microns. (Little)
|Between 10 and 100 microns. (Big)
|It can be spherical, cane, orthographic comma, or spiral. Although they are unicellular, they can form colonies.
|Very varied, they can constitute unicellular or multicellular organisms.
|Located in a nucleoid, without being surrounded by a membrane.
|DNA and proteins form the chromatin that is concentrated in the nucleus
|Direct, mainly by binary fission. There is no mitotic spindle or microtubules.
|By mitosis and meiosis. Presents mitotic spindle, or some form of microtubule arrangement.
|Expressed in groups called operons.
|Individually expressed; they have introns and exons.
|Present but small (70S)
|Present and great (80S)
|Simple, formed by the flagellin protein.
|Composite, consisting of tubulin and other proteins.
|Single circular chromosome.
|Multiple. Each with two chromatids, centromere and telomeres.
|Only present in plants and fungi.
|Bacteria and Archaea
|The Eukarya domain that groups plants, animals and fungi.
|Core surrounded by membrane
|Exocytosis and endocytosis
|Cell division mode
|Mitosis and meiosis
|Present in an area called the nucleotide. the
|DNA bound to proteins, histones with which they form chromosomes
|Staphylococcus aureus bacteria , the archaea Halobacterium salinarum.
|The yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae, the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster , the banana Musa sp .