Asked in Biology, Biochemistry, Cell Biology (cytology)
What cytoplasmic projection carries information towards another cell?
In bacterial Cells these are known as Pilli - singular as a pillus.
Asked in Biology, Microbiology, Genetics
What are features that only prokaryotic Cells have?
The plasmid transfer known as the F-pillus; for starters. Next they lack a nucleus and therefore the nuclear membrane. ...
Asked in Genetics, The Difference Between
What is the difference between sex cells and body cells?
*Body cells have 46 chromosomes *Sex cells have 23 chromosomes *Sex cells are only used to reproduce Sex cells have half the chromosomes as a body cell. ...
Asked in Genetics
Do body cells have less chromosomes than sex cells?
No, somatic (non-sex) cells have twice the number of chromosomes that sex cells have. ...
Asked in Science
What system produces sex cells and can unite with other sex cells to create offspring?
Meiosis produces sex cells.
Where are the male and female sex cells formed in plants?
male sex cells are formed in anther and female sex cells in the ovary
If a fly has twelve chromosomes in its body cells how many chromosomes are in its sex cells?
There would 6 sex cells because, sex cells are diploid. Which is (1N) So for every set of chromosomes it has, there is only one. So just divide by 2. example: Fly has 12 somatic (body) cells Fly has 6 sex cells 12/ 2= 6 sex cells Bird has 28 somatic (body) cells Bird has 14 sex cells 28/ 2= 14 sex cells ...
Asked in Science, Zoology or Animal Biology, Genetics
How are sex cells different from other cells in an organism?
The living things that produce sexually have special cells called Sex cells. Sex cells form by a procces called meiosis. Anyway, Sex Cells have only half as many chromosomes as other cells in the organism's body. ...