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the cells which must help for a human's growth undergo it, in other words most do
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(brain cells) because they can no longer undergoing mitosis
Cells undergo rapid mitosis in the body in areas that feature a high turnover. Epithelial and endothelial cells constantly replicate to renew skin and vascular lining. Als…o, hematopoietic progenitor cells constantly replace blood cells in circulation.
All body cells undergo mitosis except for sex cells, which undergo meiosis.
For a significant portion of your life, brain cells in your head do not undergo mitosis.
All human body cells except for sex cells, such as sperm and ova, have undergone mitosis.
because they need cells from both mom and dad
(brain cells) because they can no longer undergoing mitosis Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_type_of_cells_in_your_body_are_no_longer_undergoing_mitosis#ixzz1kBDkM8…Uw
Not all cells in a human body undergo the process of meiosis. The only cells in the body that undergo meiosis are the sex cells or gametes.
Sex cells are undergoing meiosis not mitosis
Cells do undergo mitosis regularly. This is because cells are always dying and need to be replaced. However, there are certain cells that are commanded by the brain, or have s…pecial genetic coding that instructs them to stop multiplying. For instance, cells in the nervous system and spine do not multiply after birth. That is why damage to the spine is so irreversible.
Brain and Nerve cells
All cells except germ cells (which undergo meiosis to produce gametes) and red blood cells (which have no nucleus).
this is because there all the same type of cell and so somatic diseases are passed on by not mutating the gene and if a somatic diseseases can mutate to become zombies
Almost all cells in the human body under go mitosis and cytokinesis or cell division.