Every cell in the body can reproduce, except the blood cells (red and white) which are produced by the bones.
Not all cells reproduce. Muscle cells and brain cells are examples.
No. Nerve cells do not reproduce.
if your asking how cells reproduce they can usually reproduce asexually[all by themselves].
Bacterial cells reproduce Asexually.
Yes, cells can reproduce. This is how life is continued on and on.
Intestinal cells reproduce frequently. In the colon the cells reproduce about once every 3 to 4 days. In the small intestine the cells reproduce about once a week.
They reproduce in a phase called mitosis.A cell will split into two identical cells,which will also reproduce.
Cells reproduce rate is pretty fast. Depending on where the cells are located they all reproduce at different rates.
How do cells reproduce through meiosis
Cells can reproduce through mitosis and meiosis.
the cells reproduce where they are located, and the stratum basale is where the are, next to the stem cells.
pryokaryotic cells can reproduce asexually by binary fission while eukaryotic cells reproduce sexually by spores
Eukaryotic cells reproduce by means of mitosis and cytokinesis.
Skin cells reproduce faster than other types of cells
they reproduce asexually.
they reproduce when breaking apart
They reproduce by dividing.
Bacterial Cells. They reproduce quickly because of Asexual Reproduction
A virus can get into someone's cells and reproduce there.
cells form and then they reproduce
They can reproduce asexually.But commonly reproduce sexually.
skin cells reproduce every 15-30 days
Red blood cells, when mature, have no nucleus and can not reproduce.
Cells reproduce by a process called Mitosis
Cells must reproduce for growth, development, and repair.
cells reproduce every day and every second of your life. We have billions and trillions of cells in our body, and they reproduce to make healthier cells. it like a snake crawling out of its old skin.