Why are there different type of Cells?
Different Types of Cells are combined to form Different Types of Tissues.
Cells. Different types of cells have different names. What type of cells are you talking about? Different parts of a body have different types of cells.
Humans are made from tissue of different types in different parts of the body. Each type of tissue is made from different cells.
Yes, body tissue is made of different types of cells.
The different type of blood cells in the human body are white blood cells and red blood cells.
An organ is made of many different cells.
In animals, tissues are made from many specialized eukaryotic cells. Each different type of tissue is made from a slightly different type of cell. Heart is made of cells that have special properties that make them heart cells, the liver is made of liver cells, the skin is made of skin cells, and so on. If you look at cells from different tissues under the microscope, you can see that they look different.
Yes, and each type of specialized function is represented by a different type of Tissue.
there are two different types of cells: eukaryote and procaryotic. Procaryotic cells are unicellular (only have one cells), like bacteria.
because they all of different type of functions
white blood cells and red blood cells The three type of cells are White cells, Red cells, and Plasma cells.
Blood cells and muscle cells make different enzymes because not every gene acts in every type of cell. They contain different specialized transcription factors.
Blood cells and muscle cells make different enzymes because not every gene acts in every type of cell. This is because they contain different specialized transcription factors.
cells are different. depends on what type of cell, how they function, etc.
Some Cells have the same functions and some of them have a different type of function.
There are more than 4 types of cells in the human body. There are about 200 different types of cells. Each cell has a different function.
Need more information. What type of cells did researches use in WHAT? There are at this very moment 10s of thousands of researchers using different cells for different things. So, to answer this we need more context.
Red blood cells all look like red blood cells. White cells have different shapes mainly because they have different functions.
Red blood cells of different groups have different molecules on the surface of their cells these are called antigens. People with blood type A will reject B type blood as they have different antigens on the surface of their cells, these differences are detected by antibodies. Blood type O has none of these antigens and so isn't rejected/detected by the antibodies.
Plasma cells are activated by an antigen and turn into B-cell. B cells then can turn into a different type of cell.
There are two types of fungi, unicellular and multicellular and they have different names for the reproductive cells for alot of different types. For the spore type fungi the reproductive cells are called zygosporangium.
Red Blood Cells are only one type, WBC's are many different types and platelets are not cells
The transduction process is unique to each cell type; to respond to a signal, different cells require only a similar membrane receptor
Red blood cells are their own type, red blood cells. They carry rich oxygen to the different parts of the body.
different genes are switched on and off in each type of cell
it is the one that transports all different cells to the different parts of the plant
Are you requesting the type of blood types or the names of the different blood cells?
Multicellular organisms have different types of cells. Each of the type of the cells performs different functions. Spyrogyra is an example of multicellular microorganisms.
stem cell are master cell. IE. they are further differentiated into different type of cell. Their fate is to form different type of blood cells and immune system cells stem cells are undifferentiated cells that can change into the cells where they are needed. loads of cells die everyday and stem cells are used to replace them. there is now a treatment for all kinds of diseases where the body is to damaged to replace… Read More
Since humans are such complex beings, we are composed of many different types of cells, each type specialized to perform a different function. We have brain cells, nerve cells, kidney cells, liver and pancreatic cells, muscle and bone cells, skin cells, and so much more.
Different Viruses do different things. They mainly infect a certain type of cells, destroy them and reproduce. Example: HIV infects white blood cells to destroy them and reproduce.
Humans have many many different type of cells and they all look different....
Why do you think plants and animals have many different types of cells as opposed to having only one cell type?
Well, plant and animal cells are what build multicellular organisms. Multicellular organisms have different organs and what not. We need different cells to do different jobs. Otherwise specialization. So basically, we need different cells for our bodies' purposes, and for right parts to function properly.
There are five different types of white blood cells, neutrophils, monocytes, lymphocytes, eosinophils and basophils. Each type has a slighty different role in fighting against infections.
fungi and animals are so different because a fungi is a type of vegetation such as a mushroom or something bad like athletes foot and ringworm. an animal is very different because its an animal and they have animal cells same as humans and fungi has a completely different kind of system including the type of cells.
Cells differ because they have different functions. Nerve cells have to do nerve jobs while muscle cells have to do muscle jobs and so on. This means cells vary in shape, size etc. Some may contain more mitochondria, for example, then otehr cells. Each type of cell contains different genetic materials.
There are three types: totipotent, multipotent, and pluripotent. Totipotent: cells produced from the fusion of an egg and a sperm (embryo) Multipotent: cells that can give rise to a small number of different cell types--for example, bone marrow and brain contain this type Pluripotent stem: this type can produce almost all type of cells in the body; called 'true' stem cells I know there are Endothelial Progenitors, Germline Stem Cells, Hematopoietic Progenitors, Mesenchymal Stem Cells… Read More
type I and type II. Type I traps dust and othe debris, type II secretes surfactant.
The cell division that produces four genetically different daughter cells with half of the genetic material is called MEIOSIS.
Stem cells are cells that have the potential to develop into some or many different cell types in the body, depending on whether they are multipotent stem cells that can give rise only to a small number of different cell types or pluripotent stem which with - one type of exception - can give rise to any type of cell in the body. A potential application of stem cells is making cells and tissues for… Read More
to identify the morphology of different type of cells, bacteria,etc.
Plant cells have different organelles than animal cells. Plants cells some times have chloroplasts, and always have a cell wall, but animal cells never have either of those. Different types of cells also might have more than of one type of cell if they need more to do their job. For example, muscles cells have more mitochondria than skin cells because muscle cells need more energy to do their job, and mitochondria provide energy for… Read More
4 genetically different daughter cells. In mammals, the daughter cells have haploid number of chromosomes.
Tissues are made up of cells. The tissue vary from part to part as tissue made of different type of cells.
Blood Count Test : it is concerned in finding the number of red blood cells,white blood cells, platelets, amount of different electrolytes, and other things found in blood Blood type : it is concerned in checking the type of Antibody and Antigen found in blood, which allows us to know what is the type of blood.
There are different types of cells that are found in your digestive system. The common ones include absorptive cells, bacterial wall cell and goblet cells among others.
There are different red blood cells. There is only one type of white blood cell. Correction: Actually, there is only one type of red blood cell, however platelets and plasma are included in the red blood cell make-up. There are five different type of white blood cells and they are: Neutrophils, Eosinophils, Basophils, Lymphocytes, and Monocytes. All five types of white blood cells help fight infection in their own way.
Stem cells (that may differentiate into any cell) turn into nerve and muscle cells. Once they differentiate to the different type of it cannot switch from one type of cell to another. So, in short, the answer is "no."
White blood cells are very different that red blood cells. Red blood cells transport oxygen to tissues, white blood cells have the function of fighting off infections. Red blood cells also have no nucleus, white blood cells do, infact some even have multiple. There is only one type of red blood cell. There are many different types of white blood cells, each has a different function in adaptive and innate immunity.
Plant cells are different based on where they are located in the plant. There are leaf cells, stem cells, root cells, nectar cells, and flower cells if the plant contains flowers. Animals have many different types of cells, and they can vary depending on how complex a particular animal is. In the case of a human, we have brain, nerve, stomach, liver, pancreas, bone, and many more types of cells.
Plant cells are different from animal cells because of these differences: Plant cells have a cell wall, chloroplasts, and a large central vacuole. Animal cells do not. Both type of cells have nuclei.