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Can you see nuclei in elodea cells? The nuclei of elodea cells are nearly invisible, but can be viewed via microscopy if the cell is stained. Scientists use a variety of stains to highlight c. What are some organelles? Cellular walls, nuclei, vacuole and lysosomes are all examples of cellular organelles. Organelles are broadly classified as either mitochondria or plastids.
How long do muscle cells live? Muscle cells live for approximately 15 years. However, most of the tissues within the human body regenerate, and all the dead cells are replaced at some po. How do your muscle cells produce ATP during rapid exercise? Muscle cells produce ATP anaerobically during periods of rapid exercise. ATP is the energy needed for cellular activity to occur. Generally oxygen is used.