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What is the difference between an animal and yeast cell?
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yeast cells are bacteria so they are prokaryotic
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What is the difference between an animal and yeast cell?
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yeast cells are bacteria so they are prokaryotic
Yeast are not bacteria, they are fungi, and are eukaryotic as they have membranous organelles such as a nucleus.

Key differences with animal cells would include a cell wall with a bud scar (made of chitin) and the presence of one or more vacuoles.
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