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cava bio 204 s1.d56 3.26 Cell Differentiation

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An organism starts out as a [...] that makes identical copies of itself. An organism starts out as a single cell that makes identical copies of itself.
cell differentiation: When a cell differentiates, it is just becoming a [...]. cell differentiation: When a cell differentiates, it is just becoming a different type of cell.
Animal cells that are undifferentiated and will change into other cells are [...] cells. In plants, these cells are [...] cells. Animal cells that are undifferentiated and will change into other cells are stem cells. In plants, these cells are meristem cells.
Cell differentiation occurs because certain genes in DNA are [...] and others are not. Cell differentiation occurs because certain genes in DNA are activated and others are not.
Meristem cells are found in the [-ing] tips of roots, stems, and leaves. Meristem cells are found in the growing tips of roots, stems, and leaves.
There are places in an adult human where other [...] cells reside. Adult [...] cells are found only in certain tissues and can only differentiate into specific cell types. There are places in an adult human where other stem cells reside. Adult stem cells are found only in certain tissues and can only differentiate into specific cell types.
Created by: mr.shapard