A collection of human cell diagrams are available in the following 101 Diagramss to help you learn about the structures of human cell. The images that we have collected in the following images below show basic structures of human cell. In this educational diagram post, learn about the detailed anatomy of human cell. The diagrams are posted in the following images.
Looking at the above human cell diagrams, it’s wondrous that there are about 200 different kinds of specialized cells in the human body. The cell is the basic functional in a human meaning that it is a self-contained and fully operational living entity. Humans are multi-cellular organisms with various different types of cells that work together to sustain life. The cell contains various structural components to allow it to maintain life which are known as organelles. All the organelles are suspended within a gelatinous matrix, the cytoplasm, which is contained within the cell membrane. Just like the following cell diagrams we have below.
The cell membrane is the outer coating of the cell and contains the cytoplasm, substances within it and the organelle. It is a double-layered membrane composed of proteins and lipids. The lipid molecules on the outer and inner part (lipid bilayer) allow it to selectively transport substances in and out of the cell. The endoplasmic reticulum (ER) is a membranous structure that contains a network of tubules and vesicles. There are two types of endoplasmic reticulum: rough (granular) and smooth (agranular). The nucleus is the master control of the cell. It contains genes, collections of DNA, which determines every aspect of human anatomy and physiology. Meanwhile, mitochondria are composed of two membranous layers: an outer membrane that surrounds the structure and an inner membrane that provides the physical sites of energy production.
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