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    Dividing Cells

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    Cells able to divide and form some types of cells in an organism are called:

    a. pleuripotent stem cells
    b. terminal differentiation cells
    c. determinate cells
    d. morphogenic cells
    e. developmental plastic cells

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    a. pleuripotent stem cells, being stem cells have the ability to divide and can form some types of cells (except cells of the embryonic membranes) when given the right cues.

    b. terminal differentiation cells are capable of dividing, but can ...

    Solution Summary

    The question asks you to name a cell that is able to diviide and form some types of cells. You are given five choices to choose from. The answer defines all five choices and provides the answer to the question. A website for further reading is provided as well.

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