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When cells change to become [specialised] it is called [differentiation]. As cells change, they develop different [structures]. They turn into different types of cells, to carry out specific [functions]. Most differentiation occurs as an organism develops. Most animal cells can only [differentiate] at an [early] stage of the animal’s life. But [plant] cells can differentiate for the whole of the [plant’s] life. The cells that differentiate in adult animals are mainly used for [repairing] and [replacing] cells. Some cells are undifferentiated — they are called [stem] cells. .

B1 Stem Cells RCx


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