Cells of Plants

Plantae cells microscope images.
Plants are living organisms classified as Plantae of Eukaryota domain. Cells of Plantae are the smallest functional units and the building bricks of a plant. Plants are multicellular, the little granules making up a tissue could be easily seen through a simple optical microscope. Any plantae organism's vital functions happen in the cells, they hold all the necessary information of the past and for the future cell generations in DNA. Cells are self-maintained bodies taking the nutrients from the outside and converting them into energy for effective functioning and reproduction.

Allium microscope image

Aspergillus microscope image

Lilium microscope image

Capsella microscope image

Closterium microscope image

(Onion skin cells)
(A genus of mold)
(Lily anther)
(mustard spring)
(a genus of algae)
Corn microscope image Cucurbits microscope image Plasmoderma microscope image Golgi microscope image Helianthus microscope image
(melon stem)
(cell transport
(specific cell unit)
(sunflower stem)
All Eukaryotic cells (the cells within the membranes with a nucleus), and that would also be the cells of trees, grass, green algae and other plants are able to perform many life activities such as reproduction (division), metabolism (converting raw materials and sunlight into energy and storing it in organic molecules), stimuli response (responding accordingly to temperature, pH and other changes). Cells are the simplest life forms on Earth but will become complex with a closer look.

Rhizopus microscope image

Rubber leaf microscope image

Tomato microscope image

Vicia microscope image

Jasminium microscope image

(a genus of mold)

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