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    Structure of a Cell

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    Every cell is different but they have the basic structure that is common. All the cell have an outer membrane and inner gel-like material which is known as cytoplasm. All the cells have genetic material that is known as DNA. DNA has the basic information about the cell as passes that information to the offspring. Every cell is different apart from their basic structure.

    MEMBRANE– The outer covering which protects the cell is known as plasma membrane. It separates the cell from the outer world. It keeps all the contents of the cell together. The plasma membrane only lets selective material to pass through the cell.

    CYTOPLASM– The cytoplasm is responsible for the basic shape and size if the cell. It is the gel-like material present inside the protective membrane. The cell’s organelles are suspended in the cytoplasm.

    NUCLEAR MATERIAL– The nucleus is present inside the cell and thus contains the nuclear material. The cells which are prokaryotic lacks nucleus and have nuclear material, whereas the eukaryotic cell has the nucleus which consists of the nuclear material and the DNA.

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