What tells your body cells what to do in biology? by QuestionGuy September 24, 2021, 12:50 am What tells your body cells what to do in biology? What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote AskAskMebiologybodycellsQuestion and Answertells See more Previous article thats why yo mama dead British version Next article Tomorrow I’m having skin grafted from my butt onto my hand and I cope with humor. Make me laugh. 9 Comments Leave a Reply The nucleus. Log in to Reply DNA Log in to Reply This is a question that I’ve asked several biologists and instead of getting an answer I get a snicker. How do cells know to gather in the form of a leaf, or a frog or a human? The answer is, nobody knows. Log in to Reply Chemicals of many different kinds. It’s all chemistry, which is actually just physics, which is really just math plus time. Log in to Reply The implanted microchip. Don’t use this if you’re doing homework. Log in to Reply Same as in any class, whether Math, Home Ec, or P.E.. One’s system. Log in to Reply Probably the same things in math, English or PE. Log in to Reply I don’t know that but at least I can tell you that the mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell. Log in to Reply Types of chemical signals include: * Endocrine signaling (hormones are released and travel through the bloodstream to affect cells that are located at a distance) * Paracrine signaling (chemical signals act on a more local scale, as only nearby cells are affected; does not involve the bloodstream) * Autocrine (a cell secretes a hormone or chemical messenger that binds to receptors on the same cell) Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.