Why is a cell considered an elementary structural unit of living?

A cell is an elementary structural and functional unit of all living things. Cells exist as independent units (protists, bacteria) and as part of multicellular organisms. In a multicellular organism, cells interact with each other and perform a strictly defined type of activity. The combination of specialized cells allows the body to function successfully in those situations in which single cells are doomed to death.

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