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Is there a part a cell can live without?
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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Cells cannot live without lysosomes due to the critical role that they play in the cell. They are the ones that will release enzymes that will help in break down of waste …materials from the cell.
No all living things need 1 or more cells.
No. We can not live without red blood cells as they are used to carry oxygen to different organs so are esssential to life
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
Without a brain stem, a person loses their control over breathing and heartbeat. If it is damaged or removed, that person dies immediately. Also with out a cerebel…lum, you would die. This controls your heartbeat, etc.
Yes cells can live without soil. They do need oxygen, nutrients and water to live though.
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, the cell would not be able to digest and break down proteins and the cell would not get enough energy to function properly.
Not long without any at all! Because red blood cells make up alot of the blood and then there would be nothing to pump to the heart or anythng to carry oxygen and stuff.
no all parts of a cell must be present or the whole cell will die
absolutely, as long as there is no infection from the accident, should that be the cause. Some are just born that way.
The outermost living part of a cell is the cell membrane. The cell membrane regulates what comes into the cell and what goes out of the cell. It is composed of a double la…yer of phospholipids and proteins.