Introduction: The cell is known as the smallest structural as well as the functional unit of all living organisms. The cell is enclosed by the plasma membrane, which is involved in the movement of various substances in and out of the cell. The interior part of the cell is known as cytoplasm that is composed of cytosol and organelles. Each organelle possesses a specific function in a cell.
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