Asked in History of Science, Microbiology, Genetics
How does the size of bacterial cells compare to the size of eukaryotic cells?
bacterial cells are much smaller than eukaryotic cells
Asked in Biology, Genetics, Cell Biology (cytology)
How are cells similar to the bricks of a building?
cells are similar by the shape and size cells are similar by the shape and size ...
Is it the size of cells or the number of cells that determines the size of an animal?
Cell number and cell size both determine the size of an animal.
Does the size of an elephant and an ant tell us anything about their cells?
the size of their cells will not depend on the size of the entire organism. an ant's cells may be larger than that of an elephant's. ...
Asked in Genetics
Does the number of chromosomes correspond to the size of an organism?
No. All nuclei in every cell in every organism are roughly the same size, no matter the number of chromosomes. Since all corresponding cells (neural cells in elephants and neural cells in humans, egg cells in chickens and egg cells in squirrels) are the same size, the size of the organism depends on the NUMBER of cells, not the size. Thus, the number of chromosomes has no effect on the size of the cell, and thus no effect on the organism's size. ...
Asked in Dieting and Weight Loss, Exercise
How can you quickly convert fat cells into muscle cells?
Unfortunately, there is no way to convert fat cells into muscle cells. You need to decrease the size of fat cells and to increase the size (and perhaps quantity) of muscle cells. ...
Asked in Elephants, Microbiology, Genetics
Is the elephant cell have the same size of our cells?
Yes they are the same size, our cells and elephant cells are all animal cells, the cells within our bodies differ in size according to their function as do any other multicellular organisms, but if you took a cell from the heart of a human or from an elephant they would be close to each other in size. ...
Asked in Genetics
Does an animal's size affect the size of their cells?
no,it does not affect.
Asked in Biology, Cell Biology (cytology)
Cells are of small size because of consideration of?
Cells are of a small size because of consideration of the proportional relationship between surface area and volume. The size of cells also becomes a benefit when considering the rate at which cells die and are being replaced. ...
Asked in Elephants, Genetics
How does the size of your cells compare with those of an elephant?
your cells are smaller