What makes a muscle cell different from a brain cell?
A muscle cell is a fibrous cell where as a brain cell is not. A Brain cell carries the neutrons only whereas the muscle is designed to supply nutrients and move body parts.
Im not a doctor. But as I understand it. The liver is a filter for your blood. Not a muscle. Good question...
Both although they Share some similarities, like both of them lack the ability to regenerate i.e after injuries they both die permanently, but the muscle cell can grow bigger hypertropy while the brain cell lack this ability and the brain cell is very unique in it metabolism it uses only Glucose as it fuel but the muscle cell can utillise other fuel like break down fatty acid: ketones etc, the implication of this is that… Read More
DNA is alike in other cells of the body, but depending on the specific cell type, some genes may be turned on or off. this is why a liver cell is different from a muscle cell and a muscle cell is different from a fat cell.
Heart cell is mainly muscle cell whereas brain cell is mainly nerve cell (neuron)
Brain cells are generally neurons Muscle cells are mesodermal derived cells, flexible - elongate, etc.
Function is the job that a cell does. (ex. a brain cell would not do the same job sd s hesrt muscle cell) Structure is the arrangement of parts in an organism.
Which answer best explains why certain patterns of chemical modifications of histone proteins could influence whether a cell became a muscle cell or a brain cell?
They could affect which sets of genes are transcribed in different cell types.
cardiac cells are specialized muscle cells brain cells are nerve cells
In order for a muscle to contract, the brain sends a nerve impulse to the muscle it wants to contract. The nerve impulse triggers the potassium inside the muscle fiber cell to switch places with the calcium outside the cell wall, thereby feeding the cell and contracting the muscle. A second nerve impulse from the brain triggers the calcium to switch places with the potassium, releasing the contracted muscle.
A muscle cell makes food or sends messages around the body or is like a plant cell or is it like an animal cell?
Confusing question. A muscle cell is an animal cell Plants do not have muscle cells.
liver cell or bone cell or muscle cell or brain cell
Most of the cells in your body can not reproduce. Only one type of cell in your body can reproduce, stem cells. Depending on where stem cells are, they turn into different types of cells. A stem cell in your muscle will turn into a muscle cell. Stem cells in your liver turn into liver cells. There are some stem cells in your brain. They turn into brain cells. You do your thinking with brain… Read More
Nerve Cells, Muscle Cells
♥A single muscle cell♥
it makes energy
Stupid, stupid person....what makes contact with the egg cell: the sperm cell or the muscle cell? Seriously, use your head.
the function of a muscle cell is, by definition, to move. this an be accomplished when the cell contracts. contracting makes it denser, which is why when you feel a relaxed muscle in your arm suddenly tense up, it hardens.
A skin cell is different than a nerve cell because they do different jobs. A skin cell protects the body, regulates body temperature, and helps protect from germs trying to get into the body. The nerve cell sends out a message when your brain want to move a part of the body. Hope this helps.
because a muscle cell is a organ and a DNA just see if its true or not.
The Brain cell structures are different from the basic animal cell. The brain cells has more functions than the basic animal cell
Creatine phosphate exist in muscle and brain cells.
The muscle, because it needs more energy and that's what mitochondria provide.
Brain cells :)
Brain cells and lung cells are different because they each have different functions and carry out different jobs and specialize in different things.
Gray matter contains most of the neuronal cell bodies in the brain, and involves muscle control and the senses. White matter transfers the messages between different areas of the central nervous system.
The nucleus is like the brain of the cell. It makes the rules for the cell and controls what happens in the cell.
A bone cell makes up the bones a provides structure to the body. A nerve cell transfers impulses from every part of the body to the brain so that we can feel. A muscle cells contracts and expands to that we can move out bodies.
The cells ability to divide with mitosis after fertilization occurs allows one cell to grow into a baby. Furthermore, after the process of gastrulation, the cells receive different signals from different areas of the blastula (ball of cells from originating from the one cell at fertilization) and then differentiate, becoming different types of cells like a neuron for the brain or a muscle fiber.
the cells in your heart send blood.the cells in your brain send messages
brain cells send messages to muscle cells to contract muscles
Does The nucleus of a cell in your thigh muscle contains the same genes as the nucleus of a cell in your brain?
Yes, all cells in one human are the same
In theory, yes. All cells of an organism came from one cell (the fertilized egg in the womb), so as long as there were no errors in replication then every cell will have identical DNA. That being said, different cells utilize different portions of that DNA; this is how we have specialized tissue i.e. brain, heart muscle, liver cells, etc. So while the DNA information is identical, the liver cell will transcribe and translate different… Read More
the function of a muscle cell is, by definition, to move. this can be accomplished when the cell contracts. contracting makes it denser, which is why when you feel a relaxed muscle in your arm suddenly tense up, it hardens. A muscle cell expands and contracts in order to allow the human body to control the movement of it's limbs.
Muscle cells have multiple nuclei.
You would expect to find many mitochondria in a muscle cell. This is because the mitochondria makes the energy fo a cell, and muscle cells need alot of energy to do their job. The more energy a cell needs to do its job, the more mitochondria it has.
Striated muscle tissue
A chromosome makes you who you are. In a cell, the chromosomes are located in the nucleus, the 'brain' of the cell. they are like the DNA, but not specifically. there is actual DNA for that. in a cell, the chromosomes are located in the nucleus, the 'brain' of the cell. they are like the DNA, but not specifically. there is actual DNA for that.
The functions of a muscle cell are the nucleus which is the brain of the cell and it tells the cell what to do, the cell membrane which is the outside of the cell and this holds the cell and controls what goes in and out of the cell, the cytoplasm which is the liquid inside the cell where all the chemical reactions take place, the contractile filaments which when relaxed allows the cell to… Read More
The two types of protein that are in your muscle cells are actin and myosin. What they do is they slide past each other and that makes a muscle cell work.
A brain is an organ composed of cells. An organism has different systems of organs.
Yes, there are many different cell types. The structure of the cell supports its function. Some different types of cells include squamous, columnar, smooth muscle, and nerve.
The gray matter consists of neuronal cell bodies where the "action" happens. The white matter of the brain ismyelinated (insulated) axons that transmit messages from one neuron cell body to another, a muscle cell, or a gland.
nope, makes it worse.
because each cell has a different function
well both plant and animal cells have a nucleus which is the brain or demand center. a cell membrane controls what is good and what isn't. a cell wall makes sure that nothing bad gets into it. then there's one thing that only plant cells have and that is cytoplasm which is the thing that makes the plant green. so now you know from an unanimous person.
Cardiac muscle uses aerobic respiration which is rich in myoglobulin, glycogen, and very large mitochondria that fills over 25% of the cell. Skeletal muscle only 2% of the cell. In turn makes cardiac muscle highly resistant to fatigue.
it is bigger