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Cells make up everything
The miracle of cells is something that we take for granted every day. They are so small that it is hard to imagine what they could do. The truth is, without them the world would not exist as we know it. Cells make up everything from bacteria and animals to plants!
This blog post is about cells, and what they do for us. It’s important to know how small their individual role in the world so that we can appreciate just how powerful these tiny miracles really are. Bacteria need them if they’re going to reproduce and continue living on this planet. Plants need them because without photosynthesis, sunlight would not be able to reach the Earth’s surface!
In this sense then plants are an extension of our respiratory system because without leaves or chlorophyll there would be no oxygen left in the atmosphere, which means all life would perish with it! Animals like humans also rely on cell production every day as well; you might not think of your skin being a type of cell but it absolutely is! Your cornea, your brain cells, and the proteins that are used to regulate everything from blood pressure to hormone levels in your body all need these microscopic units of life.
In addition to their power over our very existence, it’s also important for us as humans not only know how amazing cells really are but also learn about them so we can better understand what they do because many people don’t even realize just how much goes on internally with each breath if you think about it!
The goal then is both an intellectual pursuit and a spiritual one; by knowing more about ourselves through this knowledge of cellular biology we can hope to gain some insight into the operation of our own bodies which will help foster self-awareness while simultaneously understanding those around us who might have similar experiences.
The Miracle of Cells: Why are cells so small?
Cells are so small because they have a ton of work to do!
For example, our cells make up all the parts of your body. They help you grow and live longer. Without them you’d be dead! Each cell has its own special job to complete in order for us to stay alive and healthy: some create energy while others produce hormones or blood cells that help fight disease. Other cells repair damaged tissue by removing bacteria from wounds or regenerating skin after an injury. For these reasons, we need trillions (but not millions) of new cells every day to replace those that die naturally due to old age or wear and tear on their structures during a lifetime without accidents.”