All the cells of the body except the reproductive cells (sex cells).
Refers to cells of the body excluding germ (reproductive) cells.
all cells in an organism aside from the germ cells.
all body cells that are not part of the germ line.
The combination of the leukocytes (white blood cells) from blood and the epithelial cells from the secretory tissue of the udder which indicate the presence of infection or injury in the animal.
The cell content of milk is composed of approximately 95 percent leukocytes (white blood cells) from the blood and 5 percent epithelial cells from the secretory tissue of the udder. Leukocytes are present in response to infection or injury, and epithelial cells are present as a result of infection or injury. Collectively, these cells are called somatic cells.
Any cell of a plant or animal other than a germ cell or germ cell precursor.
All cell types in the body except those destined to become sex (germ) cells.
Most of the cells in our bodies. Any cell that is not a gamete (a sperm or egg). Mutations that occur in somatic cells are not passed on to our offspring.
Cells of the body other than those of the gamete-forming germ line. Somatic cells are diploid; they contain 46 chromosomes.
All cells within the developing or developed organism with the exception of germline cells.
Any cell in a body other than a germ cell (a reproductive cell such as sperm or egg).
They are found everywhere in the body. These cells go through mitosis cell division
Any of the cells in the body that compose the tissues, organs and all other parts of the individual except the germ cells (reproductive cells).
Cells of body tissues other than the germline.
Known as all the "body cells" except the gametes or sex cells. Each somatic cell contains a full set of chromosomes, whereas sex cells only contain half.
All cells of the body apart from the germ-line (sex) cells and their precursors
all body cells, except for the reproductive cells.
Any cell in an organism except gametes and their precursors.
Cells other than sex or germ cells.
somatic line includes all the body cells except germ cells. NB: gene therapy in humans concerns only somatic cells
All the cells (often referred to as body cells) of a multicellular organism other than the sex cells ( gametes). Somatic cells reproduce only by the process of mitosis; changes in such cells are not heritable, since they are not involved in germ-line reproduction as sex cells are.
any cell of an embryo, fetus, child or adult not destined to become a sperm or egg cell.
Cells of the body that compose the tissues and organs other than the germ cells (sperm cell or egg or their antecedent cells) involved in reproduction.
Any cell in the body except gametes and their precursors.
All the cells of the human body with the exception of the primitive germ cells (oogonia and spermatogonia).
Any cell in the body except sex cells.
All body cells, except the reproductive (or germ) cells.
All body cells except the reproductive cells. In humans, most somatic cells are diploid.
All the cells within the developing or developed organism except germline (egg and sperm) cells.
Includes mainly white blood cells that move into the udder during inflammation, and a small percentage of epithelial cells from milk producing tissues.
All the body cells except the reproductive (germ) cells.