Learn more about the structures of animal cell anatomy using these hands-on diagrams of an animal cell
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, the detailed structures of animal cell anatomy are illustrated in a high quality pictures. All animal cells are multicellular and eukaryotic cells. They are surrounded by plasma membrane and it contains the nucleus and organelles that are membrane bound. Follow the following diagrams to study more about the animal cell!
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The above diagram of animal cell
shows the illustration of the animal cell structures
. Animal cells are of various sizes and have irregular shapes. Most of the cells size range between 1 and 100 micrometers and are visible only with help of microscope. Trillions of cells are found in the human body. There are many different types of cells, approximately 210 distinct cell types in adult human body. The cell organelles have a vast range of functions to perform like hormone and enzyme production to providing energy for the cells. The components of animal cells are centrioles, cilia and flagella, endoplasmic reticulum, golgi apparatus, lysosomes, microfilaments, microtubules, mitochondria, nucleus, peroxisomes, plasma membrane and ribosomes.
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The size of an animal cell may range from 1 to 100 micrometers. This cell is surrounded by a plasma membrane which functions as a selective barrier. The plasma membrane allows nutrients to enter and some waste products to leave. There is one nucleus in an animal cell. It contains all the information that is needed for the growth and reproduction of the cell. Each of cell organelles is surrounded by a membrane.
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