Problem: Which of the following is/are a primary difference(s) between all prokaryotes and eukaryotic cells?a. Prokaryotes have DNA that floats freely in the cytoplasm.b. Prokaryotes are significantly smaller than eukaryotic cells.c. Prokaryotes do not have ribosomes like eukaryotic cells.d. a and be. a, b, and c

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Which of the following is/are a primary difference(s) between all prokaryotes and eukaryotic cells?

a. Prokaryotes have DNA that floats freely in the cytoplasm.

b. Prokaryotes are significantly smaller than eukaryotic cells.

c. Prokaryotes do not have ribosomes like eukaryotic cells.

d. a and b

e. a, b, and c

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