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- 2: Membrane-bound nucleus absent; No true chromosomes, only plamids; Usually unicellular, though some cyanobacteria are multicellular; Lysosomes and peroxisomes absent; Endoplasmic reticulum, golgi apparatus, and mitochondria absent; cell size is 1 to 10 micrometers
- 3: Membrane-bound nuclus present; Multiple chromosomes present; usually multicellular; lysosomes and peroxisomes present; Endoplasmic reticulum, golgi apparatus, and mitochondria present; cell size is 10 to 100 micrometers
- Archaea: Cell membranes contain ether linkages; three RNA polymerases present.
- Bacteria: Cell membranes contain ester bonds and cell wall made of peptidoglycan; one RNA polymerase
- Animalia: Cell wall absent; Nutrients ingested; Movement possible with muscular contractions, cilia, flagella, or other organ
- 4: Cell wall present; Nutrients absorbed, though rarely carnivorous; Very limited movement