A yeast cell differs from a bacterial cell as it is a) Eukaryotic b) Multicellular c) Unicellular d) Prokaryotic

Option a) Eukaryotic. A yeast cell differs from a bacterial cell since yeasts are eukaryotic cells and bacteria are prokaryotic cells. Yeasts have their DNA placed within a nucleus. Bacteria do not have a nucleus hence DNA is scattered within the cytoplasm.

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