Thegroup of scientists will discover temperature differences of a fewdegrees Fahrenheit between one part of a cell and the next theirtemperatures will not adhere to the familiar 98.6 degree Fahrenheitnorm (Campbell & Norman, 2008). However, the temperaturesmeasurements will not be accurate enough to give accurate or exactnumerical figure. According to Campbell et al (2008) the scientistsmay also observe change of colors on the cells as their temperaturechanges with time.
Vetrone(2010) findings show that temperatures will vary inside differentcells. This due to the fact that there exist many and differentbiochemical reactions that take place in various cells inside anorganism. Some of these reactions produce heat and energy increasingcells’ temperature (Ventrone, 2010). In addition, some cells aremore active than others and they get rid of any unused energy asheat. Patel & Franklin (2009) acknowledge that some parts ofcertain cells that harbor biochemical power plants-mitochondria-forproducing energy may also be warmers than other part of such cells.Temperature changes inside cells may have extreme body-wide effectsin determining disease and health of a living organism (Patel et al.,2009). For instance, if the temperature increase inside a cell thenthere is a high likelihood of that the working of DNA willautomatically change (Campbell et al., 2008). This, in turn, willautomatically change the way genes work since they are dependent onthe working of DNA. Ventrone (2009) notes that operation of proteinmolecular machines might also change when changes in a cell’stemperature occurs. Additionally, the production of proteins mayoccur at high temperatures since such temperatures denature proteins(Patel et al., 2009).
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