Cell - basic unit of life, Biology

Cell -

  1. Cell is the structural & functional unit of life.
  2. Study of the structure of the cell is called cytology.
  3. Study of structure and functions of the cell is called cell biology / Cellulogy.
  4. Cell = Gr.    Kytos Latin Cella = hollow system logos = discourse
  5. All life begins as a single cell. A number of organism are made of single cell, they are called Uni/Acellular.
  6. e.g. Amoeba, Chlamydomonas, Acetabularia, Bacteria, Yeast.
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