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Anatomy & Physiology of the Cell

2017-08-14T21:55:15+00:00

STRUCTURE AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF THE CELL Like all living things, the human body is made up of cells. Thanks to the cellular structure of the object, its growth, reproduction, restoration of damaged organs and tissues and other forms of activity. The shape and size of the cells are different and correspond to the function performed. In each cell, two main parts are distinguished: the cytoplasm and the nucleus, in the cytoplasm, in its turn, full-fledged organoids - the smallest cell structures that ensure its vital activity (mitochondria, ribosomes, cell center, etc.). In the nucleus, before the division of the [...]

Anatomy & Physiology of the Cell2017-08-14T21:55:15+00:00

A Peek Under the Hood at Your Machine

2017-08-14T20:44:34+00:00

Our bodies have so many levels of organization within it. From the chemical level to the cellular level. The cell is the smallest structural and functional unit that can exist as a self-sustaining entity. It’s as if the cell is its own little city the way it’s structured. But that is only the beginning. Then at the cellular level, there is the there is the tissue level. The tissues then create the organ level (Heart, Lungs, Stomach, etc). And then the organs then come together to create the organ system level. We have 11 different systems that keep us working [...]

A Peek Under the Hood at Your Machine2017-08-14T20:44:34+00:00
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