The Five Compounds Found In A Cell?
The five compounds found in a cell are 1. Proteins 2. Carbohydrates 3. Lipids 4. Nucleus acids 5. ATP ( adenosine triphosaphate) .
What structure is most directly associated with the secretion of compounds that will become part of the plant cell wall?
Even though there are about five times more elements that are metals than nonmetals, there are more nonmetals than metals found in compounds. Nonmetals form many more compounds than metals because living organisms are composed almost entirely of nonmetals. There are more than 8.7 billion living organisms on Earth.
Cell membrane is the living outermost component of cell. It helps in protecting cell from mechanical shocks and also provide a confined shape and structure to the cell. The main role of cell membrane is either to check the in and out movement of compounds to the cell, as it work as semipermeable membrane which allows the specific compounds or elements into and out of the cell.