Subject: We know how mitosis works, but how are the first cells in your body formed?
Date: Fri Jan 12 09:01:38 2001
Posted by Virginia and Sarah
Grade level: 4-6
School: Calvert School
City: Baltimore State/Province: Maryland
Country: United States
Area of science: Development
We are students doing a unit about cells. We have an assignment to e-mail
a scientist a question and insert our question and their answer in a cell
newsletter we are doing as a project. If you can, please respond to our
question. THANK YOU!
P.S. Our question, how are the first cells in your body formed, is really
asking, when you are first born, how do your cells start off?
Re: We know how mitosis works, but how are the first cells in your body formed?
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