In the pancreas there are a group of cells which make insulin.What describes these cells?

Answer Beta cells (beta-cells, β-cells) are a type of cell in the pancreas located in the islets of Langerhans. They make up 65-80% of the cells in the islets.Under a microscope, stained sections of the ... Read More »

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Can Excel 2003 display the count of the cells and also sum of the cells together in status bar ?

From what I am aware of, not in the normal everyday way. From version 2003 or earlier, you may only see one of the aggregate values at a time in the Status Bar area, by right-clicking and choosing... Read More »

Anybody tell me how to copy cells automatically in MS excel just by selecting cells by arrow key?

I am not sure why you would want to alter the typical functioning of the arrow keys, it would not be a wise decision. There are many shortcut key combinations of selecting cells within MS-Excel: ... Read More »

Is cell membrane found in animal cells or plant cells?

The cell membrane, the outside casing or membrane of a cell, is found in both plant and animal cells. In fact, the cell membrane is a universal feature found in the cells of all living organisms. T... Read More »

How Do Cancer Cells Differ From Normal Cells in the Body?

Cancer cells are different from normal body cells due to a cancer cell's deviance from normal cell reproduction. Normal cells know when to stop reproducing. A cancer cell will continue to multiply ... Read More »