See the below image for the Cell organization diagram. What is Cellular Organization? By definition, cellular organization is the components that make up the cell and how they are arranged inside it. Each component called an organelle, performs a specific function vital for the cell. This page will explore the basic functional components of the cell and cell shape and its size.
Cellular Organization: Life exhibits a wide variety of levels of organization. For one, the cell is considered the smallest living functional unit of an entity and is always known as the basic unit of life. Despite their minute size, cells are still organized in a precise manner.
The interior of the cell is organized into many specialized compartments, or organelles, each surrounded by a separate membrane. One major organelle, the nucleus, contains the genetic information necessary for cell growth and reproduction.