Somatic cells

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The term 'somatic cell' is a generic name given to bodily cells with a full set of genetics, thus excluding germ (reproductive) cells, such as sperm cells.  
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The term 'somatic cell' is a generic name given to bodily cells with a full set of [[genetics|genetics]], thus excluding [[germ cells|germ]] ([[reproductive cells|reproductive]]) cells, such as [[Sperm_cell|sperm cells]].  
  
Somatic cells divide by Mitosis.
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Somatic cells divide by [[Mitosis|Mitosis]].

Revision as of 11:44, 1 December 2015

The term 'somatic cell' is a generic name given to bodily cells with a full set of genetics, thus excluding germ (reproductive) cells, such as sperm cells.

Somatic cells divide by Mitosis.

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