Talk:Cell (biology)

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Former good articleCell (biology) was one of the Natural sciences good articles, but it has been removed from the list. There are suggestions below for improving the article to meet the good article criteria. Once these issues have been addressed, the article can be renominated. Editors may also seek a reassessment of the decision if they believe there was a mistake.
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DateProcessResult
December 16, 2005Good article nomineeListed
July 17, 2006Peer reviewReviewed
June 27, 2007WikiProject peer reviewCollaborated
July 18, 2009Good article reassessmentDelisted
Current status: Delisted good article


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Wiki Education Foundation-supported course assignment[edit]

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Wiki Education Foundation-supported course assignment[edit]

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Wiki Education Foundation-supported course assignment[edit]

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Cell[edit]

Cell is a basic unit of life. There are two types of cells namely;

This is an oversimplification. It is more accurate to group cells by Bacterial and Eukaryotic, then zoom in to the differences of each group. For example, Eukaryotes encompass major groups of cells, the majority being unicellular protists, and the others being plants, algaes, animals, and fungi.
(Single Eukaryote T / C 20:58, 16 January 2021 (UTC))Reply[reply]

Just a small appreciation.[edit]

The complexity of a cell is amazing for its microscopic size. A water molecule is about 0.275 nm (Nanometers). Size up to the hemoglobin,(a protein) and you step up dramatically in size from 0.275 to 5 nm. Another size up and you get the HIV virus at 120 nm, another dramatic change in size. Another step in the stairs of the size of unimaginably small things, you get a T-cell, at roughly 5-8 mm (micrometers), again, much larger than the last. Then, finally, at the top of the stairs, a red blood cell, at 6-8 mm. The first not-so-dramatic change. — Preceding unsigned comment added by EmotionalBananaGirl (talkcontribs) 17:33, 18 November 2020 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Another Language[edit]

Hi! I wrote this article on the Zulu version of Wikipedia and I was trying to link it to this one as a new language but I can't because this one is locked. Can someone help me? SmangaMbongwa (talk) 00:14, 2 March 2021 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Hi SmangaMbongwa, I've never done this myself, but I believe the answer to your question is at Help:Interlanguage_links#Links_in_the_sidebar. You should be able to accomplish this by adding a link to the wikidata entry. Best of luck! Ajpolino (talk) 05:39, 2 March 2021 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Number of cells in the human brain[edit]

Currently says: "The human brain accounts for around 80 billion of these cells" and cites Azevedo et al. That is a good reference source. But the reference says that there are on average 86 billion neuronal and 85 billion non-neuronal (glial) cells i.e. about 170 billion cells.

Duplicated citations[edit]

From what I had analyzed in a second update that attempted to redo the use of reFill2 to fix the article references, there were duplicated citations on that article that I fixed. However, a user named Mr Serjeant Buzfuz claims that the fix of the duplicated citations was incorrect on the first go at reFill2. I had made an effort to make the reference fixes correct again. I can't see a way that it isn't an issue about duplicated citations, though I can see a potential issue regarding reFill2 trying to rename the reference names. Refer to User talk:Mr Serjeant Buzfuz#Confusing refill2 for further context about the issue. Qwertyxp2000 (talk | contribs) 09:29, 30 August 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]