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    What is cell organisation?
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    (Original post by SerenAkp)
    What is cell organisation?
    While there is no entity or process called "cell organisation", I assume you are questioning the cellular compartmentalisation which enables the cell to function. Every living cell is composed of various organelles, chemicals, ion concentrations, pH, lipid and and much more. Cells can take on more specialised functions by which they can adapt their intracellular organelles to improve the cell efficiency. In addition, there are a vast amount of different types of cells, the basic ones being plant cells and animal cells.

    If you want to know more about the organelles in cells, you should specify which type of cell you want to look into. Plant cells won't have the same organelles as animal cells for instance (some may be the same/similar, other organelles may be completely different in morphology and function).

    If you want to do some quick reading on cell organisation, here's a link to a quick guide. Otherwise you'd be able to find plenty of information on google about each individual organelle and how it functions in conjuction with the other organelles to keep the cell alive and working. :http://encyclopedia2.thefreedictiona...l+organization
 
 
 
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