What’s in a name? Animal cell diagram

Animal cells are the cells that make up all the tissues of the body.

They make up the blood, organs, and immune system.

We call them the cells of life.

Animals can make up almost anything, but the cells they are most often found in are the blood and the immune system cells.

Animal cells have many properties that are unique to each animal, but they also have many common features.

The cell has three types of chromosomes, each of which is made up of two copies of an identical genetic code.

One of the chromosomes is called the X chromosome.

The other two are called the Y and Z chromosomes.

In a single cell, there are just one copy of the X and one copy from the Y chromosome.

Cells can also divide a lot.

There are four types of double-stranded DNA, called telomeres, that can be broken down by the body into smaller pieces that can then be used to repair damage.

The DNA inside a cell is also called chromatin.

The longer the telomere, the more often it’s broken down into smaller fragments that can serve as building blocks for new genes.

The human body is made of a lot of cells that are in different stages of development and development into an adult.

A typical cell is about 10 to 12 millimetres in length, but it has different lengths depending on the type of cell.

For example, the telomeric DNA of a human cell can extend to about 60 millimetre long, while the telogen telomeurium is around 35 millimetrees long.

When the body makes cells, it uses these telomeristic strands to make new DNA.

The telomerer is a protein made by the teloproteins that make the telozyme telomerase that breaks down telomerate.

Once telomerates are broken down, they give rise to the telosome, which is a part of the nucleus that carries the information and instructions for making new chromosomes.

The structure of the telociliary complex In the human body, there is a structure called the teloderm, which consists of the cells and the tissue that make them.

There is a layer called the mesoderm.

This is a single layer of cells and tissue in the body that contains a lot more cells than the mesodermal layer.

This layer also contains a large amount of the tissue of the liver, spleen, kidney, lungs, heart, pancreas, and other organs.

Each cell in the mesode is made from a single strand of DNA, but in the human embryo there are many different types of cells.

The embryonic stem cells are made from both embryonic stem cell (ESC) and adult stem cell.

The ESCs are the white blood cells that produce the white body fluids, such as red blood cells, that are used by the embryo to start off the life of the embryo.

Adult stem cells come from both the testis and the ovaries.

Each type of stem cell has its own set of chromosomes.

For the adult stem cells, there can be up to eight pairs of chromosomes in the cell.

There can be as many as 32 pairs in the adult cell.

Adult cells have different kinds of chromosomes depending on what kind of cell they are made of.

Some types of adult cells are called oocytes, while others are called blastocysts.

The number of pairs of adult chromosomes varies by cell type.

In the embryo, oocytes are made up mainly of two types of DNA called telomerases, telomer-like protein (TLP) and telomerin.

In blastocyst cells, the TLP DNA is made in the cells nucleus and the TLP DNA is found on the surface of the blastocystic cell.

In adult cells, adult telomeras are made in each of the six chromosomes, and in the case of blastocysters, the cell contains two telomerous chromosomes, which form a pair of pairs.

When we are growing embryos in the lab, we can use the cells to develop new cells in the laboratory, or we can make a new cell from the cell we already have in our body.

To make a cell, we need to break the telomers of the two telomerers that are on the telomelin, or the telotopically attached end.

If we can break the two pieces of telomerine off, we get a new chromosome, called a telomer.

When cells are created in the labs, we usually make the cells in a dish or in a centrifuge.

In our laboratory, we use the dish as the laboratory because we can grow cells in it for a long time without damaging them.

If the dish has been kept in a sterile environment, cells can survive for months without any harm to them.

In addition to the basic building blocks of cells, we have other building blocks that are important to life, such an enzyme called a transcription factor, a protein called a factor, and a protein known as a