cells reproduce every day and every second of your life. We have billions and trillions of cells in our body, and they reproduce to make healthier cells. it like a snake crawling out of its old skin.
because wen you get hurt it may take a while but the skin cells have to reproduce... and they reproduce so much bc they hve to clone themselves... like having a bay... but it is asexually
Skin cells reproduce faster than other types of cells
they never reproduce
they reproduce quickly to form calluses
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.
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).
dead skin cells come off your skin VERYY often u lose over millions of dead skin cells a day!
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Skin cells are in an unusually vulnerable position, on the outside of the body. Everything on the inside of the body is wrapped in skin cells and protected by the skin. The skin is exposed to damaging ultraviolet radiation from the sun, to extremes of heat and cold, to friction from things that you touch, to corrosive substances, to every stress that the environment has to offer. As a result, skin cells die more rapidly, and they have to reproduce more rapidly to replace the cells that die.
In terms of overall cells, it would be your skin cells, just from the sheer amount of skin. In terms of how often the cells reproduce, that would be the lining of your stomach. The hydrochloric acid in your stomach eats away at your stomach lining quickly, so your body must rapidly replace them.
Yes... but I DONT KNOW HOW OFTEN!!!!!
It's basically the same, yes.
Ichthyosis is mainly caused by a gene mutation. Chances of the child developing this skin disorder is 50%. With this mutated gene, the person's skin cells reproduce to quickly to be shed or the skin cells reproduce at a normal rate yet sheds slowly.
Skin cells wear-off frequently. So they have to be reproduced
Our skin cells are replaced every three weeks.
household dust is more than half dead skin cells - if that's the nature of your question well, the dead skin cells r on ur skin, there dead, well some r alive and some r dead, they die after a while but no worries those skin cells reproduce, that's right, those cells r gettin it on on ur skin ;)
to strengthen and reproduce in a process called keratinzation
to reproduce and strengthen in a process called keratinzation
In the living dermis layer of the skin, by normal cell division like other cells. In the dead epidermis surface layer of the skin, they don't as the cells are already dead (they killed themselves before becoming part of the epidermis).
liver cells divide like once a year, but skin cells divide a lot more often becuase the human skin can get damaged and the cells need to heal the skin
No. Nerve cells do not reproduce.
Skin cells last 2-4 weeks depending on how fast/often you shed skin cells.