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Question

The structures from which the cells are made are called

  1. Lipids
  2. Enzymes
  3. Organelles
  4. Organ

hintHint:

Lipids are crucial to the functioning of our body. They make up the cell membrane's structural core.

The correct answer is: Organelles


    • The fundamental structural and operational unit of all living things is the cell.
    • A membrane-enclosed cytoplasm makes up every cell.
    • A vital part of the cell membrane is lipids. Lipids, along with proteins and carbohydrates, are one of the main building blocks of living cells.

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