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What are the major parts of the cells?

THE THREE MAIN COMPONENTS OF ANY PLANT OR ANIMAL CELL ARE:
  • PLASMA MEMBRANE/ CELL MEMBRANE. Structure- a bilipid membraneous layer composed of proteins and carbohydrates.
  • CYTOPLASM.
  • NUCLEUS.
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  • RIBOSOMES.
  • GOLGI BODY / APPARATUS.
  • LYSOSOMES.
  • MITOCHONDRIA.

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Keeping this in consideration, what are the three major parts of the cell?

The three main/basic parts of the cell are:

  • Cell Membrane (Plasma Membrane)
  • Cytoplasm.
  • Nucleus.

Subsequently, question is, what are the two major parts of cell? Cytoplasm and Nucleus. They work together in the business of life.

Then, what are the parts of a cell and what do they do?

  • Parts of a Cell. All cells contain, at an absolute minimum, a cell membrane, genetic material and cytoplasm, also called cytosol.
  • The Cell Membrane.
  • The Cytoplasm.
  • The Nucleus.
  • Mitochondria.
  • Chloroplasts.
  • Ribosomes.
  • Golgi Bodies and Other Organelles.

How many parts are in a cell?

three parts

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