Illustrated by: Dheen Cruse
An eukaryotic cell is any organism whose cells contain a nucleus and other structures within membranes. There are many differences between eukaryotic cells when it comes to dividing organisms.
- A form of a Eukaryotic cell that makes up the many tissues in animals
- They have no cell walls nor chloropasts
- Because they lack a cell wall, they can come in different kinds of shapes.
- Has a large central vacuole (an enclosed membrane)
- Has a cell wall which it contains cellulose, hemicellulose, and pectin.
- A cell wall that contains chitin
- A few have a partition called septa
- Only the most primitive fungi, called Chytrids, contain flagella.