what is the structural organisation of the cell
Asked by chauhanmanshi02 | 14th Apr, 2017, 04:09: PM
A cell is made up of cell membrane, cell organelles and the cytoskeleton.
The structural organization of the cell refers to the particular cell organelles and their function.
Cells have particular structures that perform specific jobs. These cell structures are called organelles and perform the actual work of the cell. These organelles are formed from many different molecules. Some functions carried out by organelles include the transport of materials, energy capture and release, protein building
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