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Even though bacteria have no nucleus, they still have to have the DNA in the nucleus of more advance cells. Cells have developed to have all the parts that they need to function, so they must have all.
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no you can not
Yes cells can live without soil. They do need oxygen, nutrients and water to live though.
No, mitochondria convert the sugar into the chemical currency a cell can use called ATP If there is another way to produce energy. If they are respiring anaerobically,they d…o not need mitochondria
Well I would assume no. Since ribosomes help produce polypeptides and proteins and these are essential to the cell, the cell would die without them. This can be further …proved by the fact that all cells, prokaryotes and eukaryotes, have ribosomes.
No to cannot live without cell division because our cells need to divide to make us grow. Also we need cell division to survive because our cells only live for a …limited amount of time, so if our cells don't divide then the cells will just die and we won't survive.
no cause there need there water
no way, you would probably die immediately
The nucleus, Red and white cells live with out them and they do just fine.
Red Blood Cells live without DNA.
I dont know, ask a proffesional
no all parts of a cell must be present or the whole cell will die
There are many cells without nucleus.Examples are bacteria,arche bacteria,mamalia erythrocytes etc
That is an interesting question because in many ways cells and lifeare almost synonymous. What I mean by that is the almost universalagreement among biologists is that the bas…ic unit of life is acell. And so, if there was anything without cells, then it wouldnot be considered alive.
A cell can't live if it doesn't exist... Rephrase the question, maybe?