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Answered 2008-12-08 14:41:51

Yes, the process used is Mitosis. Sex cells, such as Sperm and Eggs use a process called Meiosis.

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When your body grows, your muscle cells reproduce. Also when you are hurt or something your body will try to fix the wound and reproduce more muscle cells

Cardiac muscle, neurons.

Every cell in the body can reproduce, except the blood cells (red and white) which are produced by the bones.

Some cells have a greatly, or even completely, deminished ability to reproduce once they become specialized. Muscle and nerve cells are a prime example of this.

Lifespan of smooth muscle tissue, is every few days

cardiac muscle cells are different they are called pacemaker cells the body cannot reproduce these cells once they die that's it.

Through the process of Mitosis, or eukaryotic cell division.

Most of the cells in your body can not reproduce. Only one type of cell in your body can reproduce, stem cells. Depending on where stem cells are, they turn into different types of cells. A stem cell in your muscle will turn into a muscle cell. Stem cells in your liver turn into liver cells. There are some stem cells in your brain. They turn into brain cells. You do your thinking with brain cells. Stem cells are undifferentiated. They can not think. They must turn into specialized cells before they can work.

I'm assuming you mean human cells. Skin cells go through cell division (Mitosis) daily, because your skin is constantly being replaced. Blood cells have a half-life of approximately 30 days, so that is how often they reproduce. Muscle cells also reproduce, as you are destroying muscle cells every time you work out. The few cells that don't reproduce include Brain Cells and Spinal Cord cells (Nervous Cells).

It is believed in the scientific community that cardiac muscle cells quit dividing by the time a person reaches the age of 9. When the cells quit dividing, reproduction can not continue to occur.

Diploid cells reproduce by mitosis, making daughter cells that are exact replicas. Examples of diploid cells are skin, blood, and muscle cells.

No. Nerve cells do not reproduce.

if your asking how cells reproduce they can usually reproduce asexually[all by themselves].

Cardiac muscle cells are muscle cells.

One reason is to be able to produce more protein. Protein is need for muscle contraction. Since muscle cells do not reproduce, the genes in the nuclei control the number of enzymes and proteins needed for the muscle. Cardiac and smooth muscle tissue only have one nucleus in thier cell.

Bacterial cells reproduce Asexually.

Yes, cells can reproduce. This is how life is continued on and on.

Intestinal cells reproduce frequently. In the colon the cells reproduce about once every 3 to 4 days. In the small intestine the cells reproduce about once a week.

They reproduce in a phase called mitosis.A cell will split into two identical cells,which will also reproduce.

Cells reproduce rate is pretty fast. Depending on where the cells are located they all reproduce at different rates.

both of these cells reproduce at different rates. the bone cells, when you're fully grown, can go without dividing for about 20 years, but take around a month to go through mitosis when you're injured or growing. I don't remember about muscle cells, but I know it's less than a year. it would honestly be faster to just look it up on wikipedia or something.

How do cells reproduce through meiosis

Cells can reproduce through mitosis and meiosis.

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