Discuss one of the factors that controls the cell cycle and include why controlling the cell cycle is important.

The cell cycle is important for the development and the growth of the cell, tissue and ultimately the organ. Different cell types in the body differ in how often they undergo cell division, some very often, some very few.Instructions:Discuss what the purpose of the cell cycle is in your opinion.Give a brief overview of the different stages of the cell cycle and what is happening in each stage.Discuss one of the factors that controls the cell cycle and include why controlling the cell cycle is important.Pick 3 different cell types in the body and discover how often these cells undergo division in days or years. Explain why they undergo cell division so frequently or don’t undergo cell division frequently.Figure out how often the cell types that you have chosen have replicated in your life span based on your current age.For example, if the cell is replaced every 500 days and you are 20 years old, that cell has replicated 14.6 times over your life span currently.Order the cell types based on the number of replications they have undergone.

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