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What are the 7 Specialised cells?

Specialized Cells in the Body

Q. Who discovered living cell?

Robert Hooke

Q. What are the major type of cells?

There are two types of cell, prokaryotic (bacteria) and eukaryotic (animal, plant, fungi and protoctista (unicellular organisms)). Prokaryotes have no nucleolus – the DNA is in the cytoplasm, and it can from small circular strands of DNA called plasmids. Eukaryotic cells all have their DNA enclosed in a nucleus.

Q. What are the main cells in the human body?

This article will discuss the histology of most important types of cells in the human organism.

  • Stem cells.
  • Red blood cells.
  • White blood cells. Neutrophils. Eosinophils. Basophils. Lymphocytes.
  • Platelets.
  • Nerve cells.
  • Neuroglial cells.
  • Muscle cells. Skeletal muscle cells. Cardiac muscle cells. Smooth muscle cells.
  • Cartillage cells.
  • Neurons. Neurons are specialized cells that carry messages within the human brain.
  • Muscle Cells. Muscle cells make movement possible.
  • Sperm Cells. Specialized sperm cells are necessary for human reproduction.
  • Red Blood Cells.
  • Leukocyte.

Q. What are the two main types of cells and where are they found in the human body?

There are two cell types: prokaryotes and eukaryotes. Prokaryotic cells are usually single-celled and smaller than eukaryotic cells. Eukaryotic cells are usually found in multicellular organisms, but there are some single-celled eukaryotes.

Q. Do human cells regenerate every 7 years?

According to researchers, the body replaces itself with a largely new set of cells every seven years to 10 years, and some of our most important parts are revamped even more rapidly [sources: Stanford University, Northrup].

Q. Where do cells go when they die?

Cells on the surface of our bodies or in the lining of our gut are sloughed off and discarded. Those inside our bodies are scavenged by phagocytes – white blood cells that ingest other cells. The energy from the dead cells is partly recycled to make other white cells.

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