|This cells are always unicellular
|Eukaryotic cells are present as either unicellular or multicellular.
|The size of cell is generally range from 0.2 micrometers to 2.0 micrometers in diameter
|Eukaryotic cells range from 10 to 100 micrometers in diameter.
|In prokaryotic cells, the cell wall is present and it is very complex in nature.
|Eukaryotic cells have cell walls very rarely, if present they have simple chemical nature.
|In this cells true nucleus absent, instead nucleotide is present
|True nucleus is present.
|DNA is arranged in circular shape
|DNA is linear in shape
|In prokaryotic cells, cytoplasm is present, but it is lacking in most cell organelles.
|In eukaryotic cells, it consists of both cytoplasm and organelles, both are present.
|Mitochondria is absent
|Mitochondria is present and it is a powerhouse of cells.
|Ribosomes are present, and they are small in size and shape is spherical
|Ribosomes are present but they are comparatively large and linear in shape.
|Endoplasmic reticulum and lysosomes and centromere’s all are absent
|Endoplasmic reticulum and lysosomes and centromere’s all are present.
|Plasmids are commonly found in prokaryotes.
|Plasmids are very rarely found in eukaryotes
|Cell division occur through binary fission
|Cell division occur through mitosis
|Flagella is small in size
|If flagella are large in size.
|In this cells only asexual reproduction occurs.
|Both sexual and asexual reproduction occurs.
|Bacteria and Archaea are examples.
|Plant and animal cells are examples.