It all depends on the cell type; Prokaryotic cells range from 1-10 micrometers and eukaryotic cells range from 10 to 100 micrometers
Typical eukaryotic organells can be found.Special thing is chloroplast.
Fungus are eukaryotic organisms.So they have normal eukaryotic organells
It is located in the nucleolus.
They number in the hundreds - two hundred per Cell are typical.
it is insides the egg cells
Genes are in chromosomes.They are in nucleus.
They range from about 10 microns up to about 3 feet (i.e. about a meter). No kidding, you have neurons that long ... of course they're very skinny.
There are two types of cells, the eukaryotic cells which have a nucleus and prokaryotic which donÕt. The typical width of a cell is 1 to 5 micrometer for prokaryotic cells and 10 to 100 for eukaryotic cells.
A fat cell is a eukaryotic cell. All of the cells in a eukaryotic organism are eukaryotic.
They contain all the organelles of a normal eukaryotic cell, but have more mitochondria.
A eukaryotic cell is a cell that has nuclei.
The three major components of a eukaryotic cell are - true membrane bound nucleus membrane bound organelles like endoplasmic reticulum, mitochondria, golgi apparatus cytoskeleton
a typical virus is at least two orders of magnitude smaller than a typical cell
The cheek is a eukaryotic cell.