By looking at the photomicrograph, it’s noticeable that adipose cells look quite different than normal generalized cells. Generalized cells on average have a volume of about 8183 µm3 and a diameter of 25 µm. Adipocytes have a volume of about 600,000 µm3 and a diameter of anywhere from 200-500 µm, which is larger than the average generalized animal cell due to large amount of fat in the fat reservoir vacuole. Though, generalized cells are usually oval-shaped and have specific organelles like mitochondria, nucleus, lysosomes, etc. just like adipocytes. They both also have many different functions. Im Adipose cell structure of one huge vacuole ties in to the cells main purpose of storing lipids and triglycerides which can be used as energy. The central vacuole is 80% of the cell to do its job of storing loads of fats. The energy that fat cells store shields and protects organ and keeps them warm as well. Fat cells additionally help protein do their roles in the body, acting as a courier. It shares a role incredibly important in metabolism. Adipose cells give triglycerides to power the body’s internal and physical jobs, and act as shock absorbers. In addition, fat cells accumulate necessary nutrients for the body. Another function is secreting fatty acid substances named prostanoids which break down fat, and can be used by muscles and other tissues.This cell would be found in Adipose tissue/fatty tissue, connective tissue, around organs like heart, kidney, joint, bone marrow (yellow), and under skin. Fat cells work together to help them to keep the organism alive and functional. They are found in adipose tissues/fatty tissue, connective tissue, in yellow bone marrow, around organs like heart, kidney and joint, under the skin, and in the muscular organ system. Connective tissue acts as a fuel reserve in times of significant energy expenditure (e.g., exercise) or lack of adequate energy intake (e.g., fasting). Connective tissue also acts as insulation to reduce heat loss. Adipose tissue/fatty tissue does both of those actions and protects other organs. Adipose cells secrete fatty acids, which can be used by the muscular system as a source of energy. Moreover, adipocyte cells provide storage of fuel that can be used by the body when needed, they in tissues protect organs if something tries to destroy them, and they provide insulation so the body will not get overheated. All of these actions are reaching to maintain the body’s homeostasis.