Biology
printhon172
2016-04-09 13:18:36
Cells such as neurons, which rarely if ever divide, can be explained as
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CathleenJukich298
2016-04-09 16:17:00

G0 phase cells The mitotic cycle of somatic, or body, cells is responsible for the production of copies of those cells. The mitotic cycle has different phases, each of which involves a different set of physiological changes to the cell. The G0 phase is described as the resting phase of a cell, where no activities relating to cell division are taking place. G0 phase cells remain in this phase their entire lives, so they do not divide. Another example of such a cell is found in red blood cells.

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