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Is there a way to put a Eukaryotic plant cell on a human bone to shape the bone? Because i have a disease called perthease disease ( its a disease in wich a bone in my hip that lets me rotate my hip isnt round and its suppose to be round)and i was woundering if there's a way to put alot of Eukaryotic plant cells on it to shape it, I picked a Eukaryotic plant cell because it has a cellular wall and that makes the cell hard, or instead of puting the Eukaryotic plant cell on a human bone in a body maybe you can take the bone out and replace it with alot of Eukaryotic plant cell to support it. Because I heard that Eukaryotic plant cells can support a plant and thats how it stand straight up because plants dont have skeletons.
Re: is a way to put a Eukaryotic plant cell on a human bone to shape it?
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