True: Stem cells are involved in growth and repair., Mitosis forms more somatic cells., Germline cells divide by meiosis to produce haploid gametes., A somatic cell is any cell in the human body except gametes., All of the genes in embryonic stem cells can be switched on., Secondary tumours spread throughout the body because cells in the primary tumour fail to attach to each other, Stem calls can be used as model cells to study how diseases develop., In meiosis homologous chromosomes separate and chromatids separate, A tumour is formed when cancer cells divide excessively., Tissue stem cells are multipotent, False: Tissue stem cells are pluripotent., Embryonic stem cells are multipotent, Germline cells divide by meiosis to produce more diploid germline cells., Using embryonic stem cells for research involves the destruction of embryos, Cancer cells respond to regulatory signals, Stem cells can be used in research to repair damaged or diseased organs, Cellular differentiation is when a cell expresses all of its genes., Cellular differentiation does not allow a cell to carry out a particular function, Tissue stem cells are not involved in the renewal of the cells found in that tissue., Embryonic stem cells can't differentiate into any cell type,

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