Basic unit of life for organisms whose chromosomes are surrounded by a nuclear membrane.
Eukaryotic cells are the cellular basis of animals, plants, fungi, and protists. See by contrast prokaryotic cell.
The following is a list of terms associated cells generally:
Cell, Cell biology, Cell culture, • Cell division •, Cell membrane, • Cell-to-cell communication •, Cell wall, Cellular organism, Chromosome, Compartmentalization, Cristae, Cytoplasm, Cytosol, Fluid mosaic model, Glycocalyx, Granum, Membrane-bound organelle, Organelle, Phagolysosome, Plasma membrane, • Prokaryotic cell •, Ribosome, Signal sequence, Surface-to-volume ratio, Thylakoid, Turgidity, Vacuole
The following is a list of terms associated especially with eukaryotic cells:
Apoptosis, Cell cycle, Cell nucleus, Cell-to-cell communication, Cellular differentiation, Centriole, Centrosome, Chloroplast, Chromatin, Cilia, Cis face (of Golgi apparatus), Continuous cell line, Cisternae, Cytoskeleton, Desmosome, Diploid cell line, Endocytosis, Endomembrane system, Endoplasmic reticulum, Eukaryote, Exocytosis, Extracellular matrix, Eukaryotic cell, Flaccidity (cell biology), Flagella (Eukaryotic), Food vacuole, G0, G1, G2, Gap junction, Gap phase, Golgi apparatus, Intermediate filament, Intermembrane space, Interphase, Lysosome, Microfilament, Microtubule, Mitochondria, Nucleolus, Nuclear membrane, Nucleus, Nucleosome, Phagosome, Pinocytosis, Primary cell line, Pseudopodia, Receptor-mediated endocytosis, Rough endoplasmic reticulum, S phase, Smooth endoplasmic reticulum, Sodium-potassium pump, Spindle fibers, Stroma, Tight junction, Tissue culture, Trans face (of Golgi apparatus), Transport vesicle, Vesicle
The following video is a bit overwhelming, though mostly accurate. Beware however inappropriate use of "cell wall" in places when "cell membrane would be more appropriate as well as the story of the origin of mitochondria, which happened well before there were any animals on !
Video (Amazing graphics of the inner workings of eukaryotic cells)
Video (Silly song that starts a bit dry but improves!)