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.
Through the process of Mitosis, or eukaryotic cell division.
Cells comprise bone and muscle, they do not have bone and muscle in them.
bone cells are just strength and muscle cells are mad of muscles
muscle cells change and can move
yes, bones do reproduce as when a bone is broken the cells grow back to form the bone back together. basically THE CELLS REPRODUCE. yr 7 12 yr science.
Bone cells and muscle cells have different functions. Bones are made of connective tissue. Muscle tissue gives an organism the ability to move.
Nerve Cells, Bone Cells, Muscle Cells
It is specialized cells
muscle cells bones are weak muscles have meat and are strong so its muscle cells
skin cells, muscle cells, and bone cells.
Red blood cells, White blood cells, bone cells, nerve cells, muscle cells, bone cells and brain cells.
Yes in the bone Marrow
tendons - bind muscle to muscle ligaments- bind muscle to bone
Muscles cells, of course!
The shared structures between nerve, bone, epithelial, and muscle cells is that they share reproduction structures and the same blood type.
Red blood cells are produced by stem cells in bone marrow.
your muscle cell has more mitochondria because it releases lots of energy and could make a muscle cell that has lots of mitochondria.
muscle cells bone cells nerve cells and something else
They are included in the tissues in one's buttocks
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