Asked in Biology, Cell Biology (cytology)
Why is it advantageous for the cells of an animal to exhibit divisions of labor?
It allows for a greater amount of specialisation of cell types. Specialisation is almost always an advantage. ...
Asked in Microsoft Excel, Cell Biology (cytology)
What is celll specialization?
Cell specialisation is when a cell becomes specific for a particular function. Unspecialised cells are called stem cells. Stem cells can become specialised for a particular function by undergoing cell specialisation to become cells that are responsible for a particular function. For example, when a stem cell undergoes specialisation to become a heart cells, its main responsibility is contracting to pump blood around the body. ...
How are the cells in your organ different from cells in another organs?
each cell in the body is different from another cell by specialisation. each cell has its specific function and its growth is stimulated by various glands and it then grows to perform particular functions. ...
Asked in Government
What is international specialisation?
The foremost cause of inthernational trade is international specialisation,it means that different countries of the world specialize in the production of those goods in whose production they possess special resources.International specialisation is the result of division of labour. ...
Asked in The Difference Between
3 Explain the difference between generalisation and specialisation by using example?
Generalisation : Generalisation is the extracting the shared characterstics from the two or more classes and combining them into generalised super class Specialisation: Specialisation is creating a subclass from the super class ...
Asked in Animal Life
What evolutionary innovation is associated with the simplest animals and the sponges?
They went from simple colonies of cells (such as some groupings of bacteria) to multicellular creatures with some cell specialisation. ...
Asked in Cell Biology (cytology)
What is the importance of the cell membrane to the cell?
The cell membrane lets nutrients in the cell. It lets wastes out of the cell. The cell membrane allow the cells to live. ...
Asked in Economics, Companies
What is specialisation?
Specialisation is when the production process is split up into different tasks and each worker performs one of these tasks. specialisation is the production of a limited range of goods by an individual or firm or country in co-operation with others so that together a complete range of goods is produced. ...