Cell Structure and Function


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Cell Structure and Function
1011302 Cell Structure and FunctionObjective A To understand the cellular organization of the human body.Cells are the basic building blocks of all life and form the basis of our bodies. Although these cells are derived from a relatively uniform population of precursor cells, they ultimately differentiate into an impressive range of specialized cells and tissues. Despite their specializations, all cells possess common structures and characteristics. A generalized cell (see fig. 3.1) is encased within a cell (plasma) membrane and contains specialized structures known as
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The late Kent M. Van de Graaff; R. Ward Rhees; Sidney L. Palmer: Schaum's Outline of Human Anatomy and Physiology, Fourth Edition. Cell Structure and Function, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2013), AccessEngineering Export