Cells are structural and functional units of all forms of life. The cells are of two types, prokaryotic cells, in which membrane-bound organelles are absent, eukaryotic cells, in which membrane-bound organelles are absent. Both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells are surround by a membrane, known as plasma membrane or cell membrane.
All cells contain genetic material, which transmits hereditary information from one generation to another. All cells reproduce to form new daughter cells, either by asexual or sexual reproduction. All cells show respiration, by which they form energy from breakdown of food in the form of ATP.
Thus, the correct options are 'reproduce, have a cell membrane, break-down food into energy, and contain hereditary information.'