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What is the purpose of a eukaryotic cell?

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The eukaryotic cell is the basic unit of life in eukaryotic organisms. It has organelles that are involved in the synthesis of lipids and proteins. The cell bears genetic material in the nucleus, and mitochondria to generate energy in form of adenosine triphosphate (ATP).

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