Can someone please check my answers?
1. Skin cells -
become senescent quickly.
have terminally differentiated.
become quiescent quickly.
continually replicate. ***
2. Which cell type undergoes terminal differentiation?
3. DNA replicates in the -
4. Which of the following might affect gene expression in a complex organism?
the ability to reverse terminal differentiation
the types of cells near the site
the amount of time a cell takes to replicate DNA
the number of chromosomes being copied***
5. What replicates during mitosis?
I'm not too sure if my answers are correct.
1. become senescent quickly
4. the type of cells near the site
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alyssa is right tysm
Thank you so much alyssa!
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