White blood cells.
If the nucleus gets damaged, the cell would die if not repaired.
The animal cell needs protein for the growth of new tissue and to repair damaged tissue .
The animal cell needs protien for the growth of new tissue and to repair damaged tissue.
Mitosis is the term used for the type of cell division that occurs during the repair of damaged skin tissue.
Minor damage of the cytoplasm in a living cell can be repaired by itself but if it is very severe the cell will die.
the organs will not function well.
Well, a cell without a nucleus is like a human or animal without a heart or brain. The nucleus controls what goes on in the cell. Although, if the nucleus is then damaged and not repaired, the cell would die
if a tissue is damaged or a cell is dead; mitosis regulates the cell division producing the new cells
An error occurs when the damaged DNA is repaired.an error occurs when the damaged DNA is repaired
I think it's when a stem cell from an embryo is taken and has repaired a tissue. (I think) Anyone else know?
Cell therapy is the transplantation of human or animal cells to replace or repair damaged tissue and/or cells.
Cells must reproduce if an organism is going to grow and repair damaged tissue.
Fibrosis is the replacement of damaged tissue with scar tissue, composed mainly of collagen produced by fibroblasts.
Damaged tissue has a vvery low resolution. Proceed with caution.
Cell division basically sustains the life of an organism. Through cell division, damaged cells are repaired and dead cells are replaced, which allow the organism to grow and develop.
it can damaged our tissue
by connective tissue.
Yes they can because it was not repaired
if the cells of any tissue are damaged either the body starts repairing the cells itself or either the tissue starts spoiling
it is damaged tissue
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