Difference between revisions of "Cell"

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(Science: [[Cell]] biology) An [[Autonomous]] [[Self replicating]] [[Unit]] (in principle) that may constitute an [[Organism]] (in the [[Case]] of [[Unicellular]] [[Organisms]]) or be a sub [[Unit]] of [[Multicellular]] [[Organisms]] in which [[Individual]] [[Cells]] may be more or [[Less]] specialised differentiated) for [[Particular]] [[Functions]].
The [[Individual]] [[Units]] from which [[Tissues]] of the [[Body]] are [[Formed]]. All living [[Organisms]] are composed of one or more [[Cells]].
Any [[Small]] compartment; ''the [[Cells]] of a honeycomb''.(biology) the [[Basic]] [[Structural]] and [[Functional]] [[Unit]] of all organisms; [[Cells]] may [[Exist]] as [[Independent]] [[Units]] of [[Life]] (as in monads) or may [[Form]] [[Colonies]] or [[Tissues]] as in higher [[Plants]] and animals.One [[Cell]] is the lowest denomination of [[Life]] thought to be [[Possible]]. Most [[Organisms]] consist of more than one [[Cell]], which [[Become]] specialised [[Into]] [[Particular]] [[Functions]] towards the [[Cause]] of the [[Organism]] as a [[Whole]]. [[Cells]] [[Possess]] [[Many]] [[Structures]] [[Inside]] them that contain and [[Maintain]] the building [[Blocks]] of [[Life]] called [[Organelles]]. [[Animal]] [[Cells]] and [[Plant]] [[Cells]] [[Differ]] fundamentally. 
The [[Cell]] is the [[Structural]], [[Functional]] & [[Biological]] [[Unit]] of [[Every]] living [[Organisms]].
it is the [[Basic]] [[Unit]] of [[Life]].
the smallest [[Structural]] [[Unit]] of an [[Organism]] that is capable of [[Independent]] functioning, consisting of onme or more [[Nuclei]], [[Cytoplasm]] and various  orgenelles, all are surrounded by a semipermiable [[Cell membrane]].

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