Cell Types

Cell Types

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The different cell types can be classified into two categories according to their core organization.

  • Prokaryotic cells - does not have a membrane surrounding the nucleus, so the nuclear content remains mixed with the other cellular components. The only ones in this group are bacteria, cyanophytes and mycobacteria.
  • Eukaryotic cells - In the nucleus of the eukaryotic cell is stored the genetic material and around the nucleus there is a membrane that separates it from the cytoplasm.

In the cytoplasm of these cells can be found several membrane structures.

Drawings illustrating the difference between a prokaryotic (above) and eukaryotic (below) cell.

On the left we have represented a plant eukaryotic cell and on the right an animal eukaryotic cell.

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