Do all cells come from other cells?

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Do all cells come from other cells?

Jan 30th, 2015

The short answer is that all cells come from other cells. Cells can only be formed when another cell divides to make 2 "daughter cells" that have the same DNA. Sometimes 2 cells will join to form one, such as a fertilized egg cell. Their DNA is combined in the new cell. 


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