The organisation of a cell is mainly formed from the group of similar cell and other organelles that exhibits organization at several levels. Cells are called the structural and functional unit of life, as different life process are performed by cells.
According to the Cell Theory, organelles are organized into cells, cells into tissues, tissues into organs, and organ systems. Every single living species are composed of one or more number of cells and the organelles are responsible for proper functioning and organisation of a cell.
Therefore, if any of these organelles are destroyed by physical or chemical influence, the functions of the cell will be stopped and it may also result in the death of the cell and other tissues and organs. Overall, it may also result in the death of an individual as there are no cells to perform the basic functions like respiration, digestion, excretion etc.
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