1. an outer covering of cells plasma membrane 2. controls what comes into and goes out of the cell vacuole 3. control center of the cell


1. an outer covering of cells plasma membrane 2. controls what comes into and goes out of the cell vacuole 3. control center of the cell cell theory 4. large storage structures organismal theory 5. all cellular material outside the nucleus 1 cell wall 6. functional plant or animal epidermis 7. each cell possesses a life of its own nucleus 8. outer covering around plant cell made of fibrous material cytoplasm 9. a functioning organism represents life organism 10. small structure(s) within nucleus nucleolus

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    The correct arrangement of the statements given in this question is listed below:

    1. EPIDERMIS: An outer covering of cells.

    The major function of epidermis is protection. It serves as the boundary between the cells and the external environment. It is present in both plant and animal cells. In plant cells, the epidermis protect the plant against excessive water loss, it controls gas exchange and also function in absorbing water and nutrients for the plants use.  

    2. PLASMA MEMBRANE: Controls what comes into and goes out of the cell.  

    The plasma membranes of cells serve as a control mechanism, which closely monitor and control the materials that enter the cells and those that come out of the cell. This is necessary in order to maintain the integrity of the cell.

    3. VACUOLE: Large storage structure.

    Vacuole is a storage structure of cells. It is found in both plant and animals cells, but it is bigger in plant cells and it is usually one while the vacuoles in animal cells tend to be small and many. Vacuoles store different things such as food materials, nutrients, wastes, etc.

    4. Nucleus: Control center of the cell.

    The nucleus is the control center of every cell. It is usually located in the center of the cell and it is surrounded by a membrane called nuclear membrane. The nucleus contains the genetic material (DNA), which provide the master codes for the generation of proteins in the cell.

    5. CYTOPLASM: All cellular materials outside the nucleus.

    The cytoplasm refers to all the materials inside the cell with the exception of the nucleus. The cytoplasm is a jelly like fluid, whose main composition is water and salt. All the organelles in the cells are located inside the cytoplasm. The cytoplasm serves as the medium through which all the cells organelles and solutes move.

    6. CELL WALL: Outer covering around plant cells made of fibrous materials.

    The cell wall refers to the outermost part of the plant cell. Cell wall is found only in the plant cells. It is a rigid structure, which provides plant with strength and stamina. The cell wall is majorly made up of cellulose, which is a fibrous, strong polymer that confers both protection and structural strength on plants.

    7. CELL THEORY: Each cell possesses a life of its own.

    Cell theory is a scientific theory, which explains that all living organisms are made up of cells. The three major principles of cell theory are as follows:

    a. All living organisms are made up of one or more cells.

    b. The cell is the basic unit of life.

    c. New cells arise from pre-existing cells.

    8. ORGANISMAL THEORY: A functioning organism represents life.

    The organismal theory is a scientific theory that states that original cells develop into whole organisms. The theory states that all organisms possess structured plans. The theory also explains that, all the cells in living organisms communicate with one another in a coordinated manner. The theory was developed in the late 19th century.

    9. NUCLEOLUS: Small structures within nucleus.

    The nucleolus is a round structure that is found inside the nucleus of the cell. The nucleolus is the made up of protein, RNA and DNA. Nucleolus is the one that is responsible for the synthesis of ribosomes in the nucleus. The nucleolus is present in both plant and animal cells.    

    10. ORGANISM: Functional plant or animal.  

    An organism is defined as a living thing, which can respond to stimuli, grow, give birth to offspring and maintain constant internal environment. An organism is made up of cells and it can be a plant, an animal, a bacterium, fungus, protest, etc. Different types of organisms exist in the biosphere.  

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