Talk:Germ cell

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How many generations?[edit]

So how many cell generations are there in the germ line per human or other animal generation? -- 92.229.177.182 (talk) 10:04, 3 April 2009 (UTC)

this reads like an encyclopedia[edit]

this reads like its drafted directly from the pages of a scientific encyclopedia. it is very well scripted and presented, and someone has the nerve to say that its too technical?
unfortunately, not everyone realizes that scientific dialogue is generally complex. this is one of the best pages on wiki, if it is in fact an originally compiled document. that would be what i would question: not its complexity, but its originality versus plagiarism!
anyone else with me on that? —Preceding unsigned comment added by Proud kraut (talkcontribs) 04:32, 11 April 2009 (UTC)

Typo?[edit]

"Multicellular eukaryotes are made of one fundamental cell types. Germ cells ... Somatic cells ... "

Shouldn't this read: "Multicellular eukaryotes are made of TWO fundamental cell types. Germ cells ... Somatic cells ... "