Cell Reproduction Open Space Injuries

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Cell reproduction: open space and injuries:

By David B yrd and Ngai Ukweli Cell reproduction: open space and injuries

Open space and cells:

Open space and cells When there is a small amount of cells and a large amount of space the cell multiply faster. To closed the Space.

Tight space:

Tight space When there is little space the cell multiplication process slows down until the space is filled.

Open injuries:

Open injuries When there is an open wound or injury to the body, the cells start to multiply and depending on the size of the injury the cell multiply faster or slower. Once they are close together the process slows even more.

Closed injury:

Closed injury When the injury is healed the cells returned normal reproduction.

Relationships between body injuries and open space.:

Relationships between body injuries and open space. When there is an open space or open injury the cells in both cases speed up reproduction to fill the space or heal the injury; also in both cases the closer the cell get to each other the slower the reproduction gets. Until it is closed or healed.

Refrences:

Biology (Prentice Hall) Kenneth R. Miller Joesph Levine Refrences

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