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Kuru was the result or ritualistic cannibalism in New Guinea. The natives were convinced that eating the brains of the departed caused the deaths of the natives. Except for isolated eating human tissue
Hi Jesper The ethical problem and the legal seem to be the only reason that cannibalism is frowned upon. In the course of human history cannibalism has occurred often. Eating human flesh apparently
All cells do respire but forget for the moment all body parts but the Lungs. Some time age I mentioned the hierarchy to you as follows; Cells make up Tissues Tissues make up organs Organs make uo
I am not sure what you mean by cells "performing nutrition"/ You are getting tied up in semantics here as you did in your second paragraph. Cells are not called nutritive organs Let me start with some
The cell theory states that all living things are made of cells. The implication here is that living things contain "live" cells . Of course when living things die they are now made of dead cells.