Where Do New Cells Come from?


New cells come from other pre-existing cells. This process involves the division of one cell, the parent cell into two identical cells, the daughter cells. The resultant daughter cells divide in the same manner to give rise to another set of cells and the cycle goes on.
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From existing cells in a process of cell division which involves mitosis and cytokinesis.
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New cells are created by a process called mitosis. One cell duplicates itself from the inside out and splits to where there are two identical cells. You can find more information here: http://www.windows.ucar.edu/tour/link=/earth/Life/cell_mitosis.html&edu=high
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