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What exactly is a cell?

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  1. hakkunamatata
    • 4 years ago
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    In biology, cell is the smallest functional unit of an organism. In prokaryotes(single celled organism) cell itself is the organism. In eukaryotes(multi celled organisms) groups of cells function in a co-ordinated fashion. In eukaryotes cells in different regions are assigned with different types of jobs. Structure: Usually consists of a cell membrane, which binds a cytoplasm and nuclear material and organells . cell-- http://www.cellsalive.com/cells/cell_model.htm

  2. hakkunamatata
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cell_%28biology%29

  3. NyteLyte
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    A basic unit of life.

  4. aaragya
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    cell is d basic structural and functional unit of life.. life is present at cell stage only before it atom is present much smaller den cell, but it doesnt constitute any life..

  5. aaragya
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    and cells associates to form tissue, organ, organ systems and finally an organism..

  6. chetan_marlecha
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    a cells are building blocks of life .there are two types of cell :1.animal cell,2.plant cell.these form tissue,organ,organ system,and at last an organism

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