How many cells are being replaced in your body every day?
For starters, one million red blood cells are removed and replaced each second.
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A red blood cell lives about 120 days. Each day the normal adultproduces almost 200 billion new red blood cells to replace the 200billion that are removed from the circulation… due to old age.
Your stomach cells are exposed to the harsh stomach acids, if they were not replaced as rapidly as they are the stomach acid would not be able to be contained thus digesting i…tself and exposing the rest of your body to the acid. As for the red blood cells our body can only replace about 1% of them per day, essentially there are around 20-30 trillion red blood cells in your body, replacing 200-300 billion cells that are so vital is no easy task. But its easy to assume that only a fraction are replaced every day to use each cell to its fullest life before recycling it. On a side note every 7 years your a totally new you with 100% new cells.
Somewhere between 1 and 3 % are replaced every day (normally closer to 1%), You have about 25 trillion rbc So approximately 250 billion.
170,000 a day. so that's like 9 pounds of dead cells a year!
that's answer is SCIENCEPOWER TEXTBOOK 8 or Just Guess. if you have textbook it was page 53~55 Hopefully you can better ;)
It is a fallacy that the body regenerates all its cells every sevenyears. In actuality, each type of cell has its own lifespan. Thelifespan of a colon cell, for example, is on…ly about four days.
More that 7,000 are! every day and each year that adds up to 2555000.
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there is about 10million micro organism's in our human body
The process of cellular division called mitosis.
I think none, because Epidermis cells are on leaves.
Abused? Millions. Killed? Billions. However, such deaths are a natural part of life on Earth.
an example is skin cells