For instance, researchers have used RNA interference to turn off one gene at a time in the human cell to determine its function.
One of their findings is that about 600 genes are involved in the fundamental process of cell division. As one researcher put it, without this type of cell division “nothing happens in life, really.”
It is not surprising that hundreds of genes are involved given how complex is cell division. You can read more about it here, here, here and here. It is also not surprising that evolutionists attempts to explain how it evolved are nothing more than embarrassing stories. You can read more about that here. The hundreds of genes are involved in an absolutely fundamental biological process is yet another example of evolution’s failure to explain biology.