Asked in Biology
What are the basic compounds that human cells need to survive?
Asked in Genetics
What evidence do you have that human blood is not made of plant cells?
What organic and inorganic compounds are necessary for human life?
Asked in Genetics
Can a cell survive without a human body?
There are many uni-cellular organisms which are single celled and survive independently without depending on other cells. If your question is Can a Human cell survive out of Human body? Yes, the human cells can survive out of human body if all the nutrition and the other factors which keep the cell to function are provided to the cell. multi-cellular organisms are made up of tissues of different kinds and organs which are inter-dependent for nutrition and survival. So if the cells are removed from human body, it will survive till the nutrition gets exhausted. There are many scientific methods by which the nutrition and other required substances are provided to the cells which are taken from human body and stored for long periods. The cells are also made to multiply outside the body and it is known as cell-culture or tissue culture.
Asked in History of Science
What three basic things must the human population have in order to survive?
What is the use of all these cells and electron?
The cells are the basic unit of all living organism,without them you wont survive-they are the platform in which living organism are built!!.the electrons are used in elements for bonding-without them there will be no compounds nd products today;they are mainly involved in reactions. There is also scientific rumors about people having super natural powers using electrons to make things move or to be able to do something non-human like.
Asked in Science
What three basic must the human population have in order to survive?
Asked in Vital Signs, Genetics, Blood Types, Blood
How long do blood cells survive outside the human body?
Asked in Cell or Plasma Membranes
Could the body survive without bone cells?
There are many organisms that do not have bone cells; these are known as invertebrates. However, if a human being were to have all bone cells removed, then no, such an unfortunate person could not survive. We are not adapted to live as invertebrates. So far there is no way to convert a human being into a living jellyfish, but who knows what future medical research will bring.