Chapter 4 The Cell Anatomy and Division

The cell anatomy is a complex organism that serves as the structural and functional unit of all living things. The human body’s cells are extremely diverse, and their distinctions in size, shape, and internal makeup reflect their distinct functions. Cells do, however, share many anatomical traits, and all cells must perform specific jobs in order … Read more


The so called cell hypothesis is a biological science foundational theory. Cells are the primary units of structure and reproduction for all creatures, according to this hypothesis. In terms of human biology, this means that understanding cells is critical to comprehending both the structure and function of the human body. There are approximately 100 trillion … Read more