How to Tell if Plant Cells Are Eukaryotic Under a Microscope?

Answer A eukaryotic cell is a cell that has its DNA contained in a nucleus, as well as having relatively complex organelles. This is in contrast to a prokaryotic cell, which is a relatively simple cell th... Read More »

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Are plant cells prokaryotic or eukaryotic?

Plant cells are eukaryotic, possessing membrane-bound organelles such as a nucleus and mitochondria and DNA organized into linear chromosomes. Other eukaryotic cells include cells of animals, fungi... Read More »

Which Plant Leaves Are Best Viewed Under a Microscope?

Plant leaves are the easiest materials to view under the microscope. Any leaf is an appropriate specimen for microscopic study. Specific features of leaves are more visible on some types of leaves ... Read More »

What Are the Differences Between a Plant & an Animal Cell Under a Microscope?

All living things are made up of cells. Some of the smallest organisms, such as yeast and bacteria, are single-celled organisms, but most plants and animals are multicellular. While both plants and... Read More »

Does cellular respiration occur in all eukaryotic cells?

Cellular respiration occurs in all living things, including eukaryotes (organisms that have cells with a clearly defined, membrane-bound nucleus) and prokaryotes (organisms that lack a nucleus). Ce... Read More »