There are a number of responses to this question: * If a single-celled organism, then it cannot grow because as the name suggests, it can only grow to one cell. * If there are no centrioles, because the cell cannot produce the spindles neccasary for the chromosomes to line up and so cannot reproduce. * If there is no genetic material (chromosomes/chromatin), because it won't reproduce, because it needs genetic material to make an identical copy and so go through the process of interphase and mitosis to make a new cell and grow.
A cell stops growing when it dies.
No. Cuts have to be healed by dividing cells, for instance.
He stops growing at one year.
abiscisic acid is a plant hormone which stops the plant from growing
Cartilage is the part of the skeleton that never stops growing.
contact with other cells stops cell growth
The part of your body that never stops growing is the small intestine.
When a man stops growing eventually he will be able to reach 6 feet tall.
The brain stops growing in size at age 10 or right after you hit puberty. But the brain never stops learning and growing in knowledge.
The nose stops growing at different ages for each person. On average, it stops growing when a person reaches the age of 17 or 18.
your nose never stops growing
its stops growing around the age of 25 and 32
Your hair is always growing, it never stops.
It either stops growing (and just lives ... many cells of your body do that), or it divides into two sister cells.
Baldness. Or cancer.
your "bone" never stops growing
Generally about the same time the rest of the body stops growing.
Cancer cells lack the gene that stops cell growth at a certain point which causes them to grow and grow and not stop. Therefore, in cell growth, a cancer cell has nothing to tell it to stop growing.
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