What is difference between labile permanent and stable cell?
labile tissues continuously divide and replace old cell like skin cells
stable cells divide in case of injury like liver cell and permanent tissues do not divide like neurons.
Heat labile substances are destroyed or corrupted by heat, for example many proteins lose their structure (unfold) at temperatures considerably lower than boiling point. Heat stable substances maintain form and function at higher temperatures. Heat stable/labile properties are often used in biochemistry to distinguish organic molecules such as enzymes, cell proteins and toxins.
Labile cells (the kinds of cells that can divide throughout their lifetime) normally do so within the organ they constitute. Some examples of labile cells are skin cells, cells of the gastrointestinal tract, and blood cells; however, blood cells divide in the bone marrow and lymphocytes divide in the lymph nodes. Other kinds of cells in the body are either stable cells (that do not normally divide--this includes nerve cells) and permanent cells (that do…
The difference between a ranch and a stable is that a ranch tends to be a place to raise livestock including horses and tends to have a more 'western' style/feel to it. A stable is a place where horses are raised/cared for, and also tend to have a more 'eastern or english' feel to it. Those are just the basic difference's, there are many more, but these are the most noticeable.
There are many different cells in the human body. The different cells in the body are generally grouped into tissues that have similar properties. The four main groups of tissues in the body are, muscular, nervous, connective, and epithelial. There are 3 classes of cells in the human body. Labile cells, stable cells, and permanent cells. Labile cells are dividing all the time--always in the cell cycle. Examples include cells in the digestive tract, skin…