The cell is the smallest unit of life that makes up the basic functions, structural, and biological units of all organisms.
Cells are not visible to mere eyes; they can only be seen with the help of a Microscope. The body consists of about 200 cell types. These cells have different roles they play in the body. Cells with the same primary function combine together to form body tissues such as skin, bone tissue, and the muscle.
Cells take in nutrients for the body from food, convert the nutrients into energy, and carry out some essential functions and provide structure for the body. It consists of a cytoplasm that is enclosed within a membrane.
The cytoplasm is jelly-like in nature, which forms most of the interior of the cell, and a plasma membrane encloses the cellular content.