Organelle found in bacteria vs human

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    Rupert Green
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    Is there any subcellular organelle that are found in bacteria but not in human?

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    Peter Parker
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    70 S ribosome is found in bacteria. In eukaryotic cells (human) 80 S ribosome is found. So that particular type of cell organelle is absent on human, right?

     

    The type of generic material found on bacteria is also very different from that of human. So that’s another difference.

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