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Why do cells need to divide apex?

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cell division is how organisms grow

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What is the reason your body cells need to divide?

Cells divide as the zygote becomes a fetus with growth and development into babies when born, cells also divide with growth after birth into adulthood and to replenish and renew damaged or lost cells.


Why do cell need to divide and produce new cells?

In order to replace the cells that are dieing


What cell divides infrequently?

Liver cells divide about once a year, and neurons (nerve cells) never divide once we are born (and when they are mature).


Why di cells need to divide?

cell division is how organisms grow.


When we grow do our cells grow or divide?

Cells divide.


What do cells need before division?

Cells are in endocytosis when they are not dividing, this is just maintaing life and growth to divide again.


Why do the body cells and sex cells divide differently?

Because body cells need to make genetically identical daughter cells and sex cells need to make genetically unique cells with half the genetic material of the parent cell.


Why do the sex cells and the body cells divide differently?

Because body cells need to make genetically identical daughter cells and sex cells need to make genetically unique cells with half the genetic material of the parent cell.


Do skin cells divide?

yes. all skin cells divide and divide and divide all over your body.


Do endothelial cells divide?

Yes, endothelial cells divide. It is important that these cells divide to replace old/dead cells and to create new blood vessels.


Do adult skin cells divide?

yes. all skin cells divide and divide and divide all over your body.


is a reason cells divide?

The cells divide into two daughter cells, to make way for replication.