Biochemistry - Cell Structure and Compartments - Discussion

Discussion :: Cell Structure and Compartments - Section 1 (Q.No.2)


In terms of basic cell structure, what do an elephant and an oak tree have in common?

[A]. They both are eukaryotes
[B]. They both have a cell nucleus
[C]. They both have mitochondria
[D]. All of the above

Answer: Option D


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Krishna said: (Jan 30, 2014)  
The very first thing is they both are eukaryotes (I think you know it) , every cell must contain nucleus (whether it be eukaryotic or prokaryotic) and coming to mitochondria it is source of energy.

That's it so all are correct.

Nandini said: (Oct 12, 2014)  
Because every eukaryotic cells have all of the above.

Issahak said: (Nov 3, 2015)  
Both elephant and oak tree are Eukaryotas and all the features listed are common to every eukaryotic cell.

Amit Kumar said: (Sep 23, 2017)  
As we know elephant and oak tree both belong to Kingdom Animalia and Plantae respectively. If we look close to these Kingdoms we will found that both these Kingdom belong to Eukaryotes, and all Eukaryotic cells have well membrane bound Nucleus, and they both have the power house of cell i.e. Mitochondria where usually Citric Acid Cycle occurs which generate the Energy.

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