How are bacterial cells different from plant and animal cells?

The cells of all living organisms have a membrane and cytoplasm. But, representatives of each kingdom have characteristic features, even at the cell level.
So, in the cells of bacteria, in contrast to the cells of plants and animals, there is no formed nucleus, and the only chromosome is located directly in the cytoplasm. In the cytoplasm of organelles, there are only ribosomes that synthesize proteins. And although bacteria cells have a cell wall, like plants, it does not consist of cellulose, but of a special protein – murein.

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