Study more about the structure of a cell using this collection of printable diagrams of a cell. The detailed anatomy of a cell is available in the following images below. We have five downloadable cell diagrams to help you study deeper into the structures. Take a look at the first diagram we provided below.
The diagram above is a generalized cell diagram. Cell membranes protect and organize cells. All cells have an outer plasma membrane that regulates not only what enters the cell, but also how much of any given substance comes in. Unlike prokaryotes, eukaryotic cells also possess internal membranes that encase their organelles and control the exchange of essential cell components. Both types of membranes have a specialized structure that facilitates their gatekeeping function. Diagram of a cell membrane and cell cycle are available in the following images.
All the organelles are suspended within a gelatinous matrix, the cytoplasm, which is contained within the cell membrane. Meanwhile, the cell cycle The cell cycle happens when a cell must complete several important tasks: it must grow, copy its genetic material (DNA), and physically split into two daughter cells. Cells perform these tasks in an organized, predictable series of steps that make up the cell cycle. Provide below is the diagram of a plant cell.
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