Six facts about
Bacteria are an example of prokaryotic cells.
Prokaryotic cells do not have a membrane-bound
nucleus, their DNA is circular and naked.
Prokaryotic cells are very small (an average
bacterial cell is around 8 micrometres
These cells do not have any membrane-bound
organelles such as mitochondria.
Prokaryotic cells may have a cell wall but, it is
not made of cellulose
These cells may contain extra DNA in structures