Using One Cell Necessary For Life And Discusses Its Properties Of Life

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A cell is the smallest unit of life for any living organism and considered the essential component of life. Every living thing including humans, animals, and plants comprise of one or more cells in their body that perform different functions essential for living. There are different cells in the human body, in plants and animal functioning. This essay aims at using one cell necessary for life and discusses its properties of life, the core chemical terminology, its molecules, and compounds. Specifically, the assignment will describe the basic anatomy and physiology of the cell, how the cell respiration, photosynthesis, and reproduction occur in a concise manner. The paper will also discuss Mendel’s Laws as well as the DNA structure and…show more content…
The epithelial cell consists of the keratinocyte cell that makes its monolayer. After getting nutrients, the growth factors of the epithelial cell enables it to grow and separate from the keratinocyte. The keratinocytes get support from fibroblasts as shown by keratinocyte lines. The keratinoctes depend on finite life enabled by soluble products highly structured by the fibroblasts. The properties of life of the epithelial cell demonstrate that it is not an independent type of cell and requires fibroblast support for its sustainability (McLaughlin & Seaquist, 2008). Cell anatomy and physiology
Anatomy can be described as the branch of biology that studies the structures and parts of organisms. Physiology is the branch of biology that examines the normal functioning and parts of living things. Regarding the anatomy of the epithelial cell, it is lined in all the surfaces of the body including the body cavities, intestine, skin, and lungs among other parts.
The physiology of the epithelial cell is that it forms the functional elements of the inner surface and line of blood, secretory glands, and the lymphatic vessels. It performs different functions including excretion, absorption, protection, secretion and gas exchange among others. The skin performs the protection function. The absorption function is through the intestines, secretion through the glands, gas exchange through the blood and lung vessels and excretion through the kidney.
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