Anatomy of a Generalized Cell

Here we will talk about the generalized cell.

Although no one cell type is exactly like all others, cell do have the same basic parts, and there are certain function common to all cells. Here we will talk about the generalized cell, which demon strates these many typical features. In general, all cells have three main regions or parts—-a nucleus (nu’kle’us), cytoplasm (si’to-plazm), and cell membrane. The nucleus is usually located near the center of the cell. It is surrounded by the semi fluid cytoplasm, which forms the outer cell boundary. The more detailed structure of the generalized cell as revealed by the electron microscope.

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  1. deandra d'souza Says...

    On November 4, 2012 at 8:26 am

    Through cells may differ in shape and size, all of them have the same basic structure, referred to as the generalized cell structure or generalized cell . A cell has both living and non-living parts. The living parts of the cell that have
    a definite shape, structure, and
    function are called organelles.
    The main parts of the generalized
    cell are cell membrane, cytoplasm,
    and nucleus.


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