City Cell

  • Cell

    Plant Cell Organelles and Their Functions BIO 204 Cell Animation. 1) Golgi apparatus: The Golgi apparatus is flattened sacs involved in storing, modifying, and secreting proteins and lipids. 2) Chloroplast: The chloroplast contains green chlorophyll and is the site of photosynthesis and adenosine triphosphate (ATP) production. Mitochondria and chloroplasts contain their own deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) molecules. a) Outer membrane: The chloroplast’s outer membrane is

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  • Stem Cells

    -Stem cells have the remarkable potential to develop into many different cell types in the body during early life and growth. In addition, in many tissues they serve as a sort of internal repair system, dividing essentially without limit to replenish other cells as long as the person or animal is still alive. When a stem cell divides, each new cell has the potential either to remain a stem cell or become another type of cell with a more specialized function, such as a muscle cell, a red blood cell

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  • Cell Phones

    In today’s society technology is more advanced. People use cell phones while driving, or speaking to someone in another country. Society can also use cell phones in the business world also, for example, people use them to set up meeting, send co-workers information or even trade with other businesses. In this country having a cell phone is one of the things that people rely heavily on. Cell phones are more than the latest electronics in the market. It’s also one of the major parts of businesses and

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  • Small City of Big City

    Some people believe that living in a big city has more advantages than living in the country side while others think differently. For me, I prefer living in a big city. Living in a quiet country side has several advantages. People benefit from clear air, tranquil atmosphere, less traffic and beautiful scene. In addition, people who live in small towns look out each other. This makes them feel secure. Moreover, crime rates are much less than big cities. People are comfortable leaving their

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  • Plant Cells vs Solar Cells

    Semi-conductor based solar cells and Photosynthesis has many qualities that are in common. Plants receive sunlight from contact (light reaction). A photovoltaic (PV) panel provides sunlight to the solar cells. Similar to how sunlight helps produce chlorophyll in plants, semiconducting material absorbs sunlight. (Oppapers.com). Because of their outputs, photosynthesis and semi-conductor solar cells have great value.. In order to create food, plants absorb sunlight and create oxygen. While this

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  • Solar Cells and Plant Cells Compared

    Solar and Plant Cells Compared Tiffany L. Triggs Strayer University The Importance of Energy For plant Earth, the Sun is the main source for all energy. It is the main essential thing that provides us with light, warmth and energy. Some organisms, such as plants and algae, create their own food using the sun as their main source of energy. In turn the fuel the rest of the world by creating energy for animals and humans after being consumed. They also remove carbon dioxide from the air

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  • The Cell

    The cell This semester I enrolled in the terrorism course. One of the requirements was to read a book called, The Cell, Inside the 9/11 Plot, and By John J. Miller. I thoroughly enjoy the topic of terrorism and I continually educate myself on this topic. I actually began to read the book the weekend of Sept 11th 2011. The book over all was a very intense book, it went into great details on many avenues of the 9/11 plot and what went wrong. I have written a review of my first hand account of this

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  • City Cell

    | |Oct-02 |Short Message Service (SMS) is introduced. | |Jan-03 |CityCell launched its services in the major northern business city of Bogra. | |Feb-03 |First operator in Bangladesh to introduce the One2One post-paid package. | |Jun-03 |CityCell reaches a coverage

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  • Cell

    Why We Study the Cell and Its Components The cell is the basic unit of all living organisms. Some organisms like bacteria have only one cell while other organisms are multi cellular. It is important to study the cell and its components because it enables understanding of our own life and opens up windows of opportunity for the future generations. Understanding cells and their component functions allows for better understanding of disease and the possibility of cures or better treatment options

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  • Non-Small Cell and Small Cell Lung Cancer

    Non-Small Cell and Small Cell Lung Cancer Angela Cantley COM/156 September 16, 2012 Ms. Cowart Non-Small Cell and Small Cell Lung Cancer Lung cancer is a subject that almost everyone is familiar with on some level. Approximately “1 in 14 men and women will be diagnosed with cancer of the lung and bronchus in their lifetime” (Howlader N, 2011). Like any other devastating and deadly disease, most assume that it cannot happen to them. However, this may not necessarily be the case. According

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  • Mexico City

    Mexico City The short story Mexico City from 1950 was written by Ray Bradbury. The original name for this story was The Window. It was later named Mexico City and Calling Mexico. All three names make sense considering what the story is about. This short story is about an elderly man, Colonel Freeleigh, who lives at home alone. He has a nurse visit him because he is ill. He never goes out and experiences things. He has not been out for ten years. The only excitement in his life is the phone in

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  • Banning of Cell Phones

    BANNING OF CELL PHONES Ladies and Gentlemen, Good Afternoon, in our world today cell phones play an important part of our lives. I am here today to persuade you to ban the using of your cell phone while you are driving. I will give you some statistics that involves the using of your cell phone while you are driving whether it is talking or texting. In today’s world cell phones have become an important part in our lives. How many of you here today own a cell phone? How many of you

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  • Cell Phone

    technology for residential, business, and wireless technology. Verizon Company was established on April 4, 2000 with a joint venture from Vodafone, Air touch and Bell Atlantic with a $90 billion merger. Verizon is leader in 4G LTE technology in the cell phone industry dominating the market amongst the monopolistic market with companies such as, Sprint, T-Mobile and AT&T. The drive for technological advances goes beyond thinking for today advancements; it goes beyond the concept and looks for ways

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  • Stem Cell

    Stem cell A stem cell is essentially a “blank” cell, capable of becoming another more differentiated cell type in the body, such as a skin cell, a muscle cell, or a nerve cell. Microscopic in size, stem cells are big news in medical and science circles because they can be used to replace or even heal damaged tissues and cells in the body. They can serve as a built-in repair system for the human body, replenishing other cells as long as a person is still alive. Adult stem cells are a “natural”

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  • Cells

    Cell Structure and Function AbstractThis report is about cell structure and function. The cell is the basic unit of life. All living things are madeof cells. By doing this lab, I hoped to learn how a cell looked and how it functioned. I also wanted toknow the differences between prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells Introduction The concept of this lab is producing a replica of an animal cell, and a plant cell. Producing the models of the cells helps to provide a better understanding of each

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  • Cell Phones

    you that there was an accident and that your child is dead because a person using their cell phone wasn’t paying attention to the road. Would you be devastated? I sure would. Here are three main reasons why we should ban driving while use of cell phones. Using cell phones while driving is distracting, cell phones while driving impairs you as much as drinking, You can be charged with homicide. Why Using cell phones while driving is distracting. Distracted driving is a dangerous epidemic on America's

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  • Sickle Cell

    Sickle Cell Disorder Research Paper Sickle cell anemia is a disease passed down through families in which red blood cells form an abnormal sickle or crescent shape. Red blood cells carry oxygen to the body and are normally shaped like a disc. Sickle cell disease refers to a group of inherited red blood cell disorders. It is the most common genetic disease in the U.S. An estimated 70,000-80,000 Americans have sickle cell disease. Normal red blood cells are round like doughnuts, and they move

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  • Stem Cells

    Paper: The use of embryonic stem cells for research. Stem cells are the center of large debates in today’s medical world. Stem cells are cells that are in an undifferentiated state and have the ability to transform into any kind of tissue depending on what the cells around them are. This ability to transform into any cell of the body makes them very interesting in medical research because they may have the ability to regenerate damaged human tissue. If adult stem cell research seems promising to cure

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  • Stem Cell

    stem cells...are in effect, a human self-repair kit," (Christopher Reeve, activist – Larry King show). For the advancement of science, stem cells are infinitely valuable, especially when considering all the potential applications in the field of medicine. Stem cells usage is a very controversial topic, because most people think of abortions, cloning, and other negative topics when they here the term stem cells. However I think those thoughts are because they don't understand what a stem cell is, where

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  • Cells

    Associate Program Material Cell Energy Worksheet Answer the following questions: Cellular respiration: • What is cellular respiration and what are its three stages? Is the oxygen requiring reaction occurring in mitochondria, that break down the end product of glycolysis into carbon dioxide and water while capturing large amounts of energy as ATP. The three stages of cellular respiration are 1, glycolysis, 2. citric acid cycle and 3. electron transport.

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  • Stem Cell

    STEM CELL RESEARCH AND THERAPYAND ITS IMPACTS ON SOCIETY Abstract There are several types of stem cells being used in stem cell research and therapy today. They are embryonic, adult and induced pluripotent stem cells. Each will be discussed further. This topic has stirred much moral, ethical and political debate as whether cells from fetuses should be used in this research. This impacts governmental policies on laws and funding. Another issue that must be analyzed is the economics and who

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  • Sickle Cell

    1 Personal Impact Paper on Sickle Cell Disease Glenda Kessen NUR427 9/8/14 Amy Highland 2 Sickles Cell Anemia is a chronic, serious red blood cell disorder that is lifelong. "It is the most common genetic disease in the United States." (Guyatt, GH 2007). Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) is inherited and results in a decrease of the ability of red blood cells to carry much-needed oxygen through the body. The cells become clogged, due to their crescent shape, which keeps them from delivering

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  • Cell

    Animal Cell | Cell functions | Smooth endoplasmic reticulum | associated with the production and metabolism of fats and steroid hormones | Rough endoplasmic reticulum | involved in some protein production, protein folding, quality control and despatch. | Nuclear envelope | surrounds the nucleus with a double membrane with multiple pores. | Chromatin | Mass of genetic material composed of DNA and proteins that condense to form chromosomes during eukaryotic cell division. | Nucleolus

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  • Stem Cell

    Peter Haglund 21 October 2013 Formal Essay I Stem Cell Controversy Religion and science, two forces that mix as well as oil and water. For thousands of years people have argued which side is correct: one extreme will tell you that a strong faith in God will lead to a better life, the latter extreme will tell you that life has many more complexities than just a faith a deity. These two both see life differently, the Christians think life should be cherished no matter how small or suffering

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  • City

    industry developed Artesia into one of the most important dairy districts in Southern California. After World War II, the land became valuable to developers who wanted to build homes. To meet this pressure, the City of Dairy Valley was incorporated in 1956. Dairy Valley later became the city of Cerritos. The demand for land became so great that the dairymen sold their dairies and moved their operations to the east in Chino and to Central California.”("The official artesia," ) “The Artesia Water

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  • Cells

    Structures in All Eukaryotic Cells We're going to start with eukaryotic cells even though they tend to be more complex than prokaryotic. But, there is a method to our madness: you are a eukaryote and have eukaryotic cells, so we thought you might relate better. And, eukaryotic comes before prokaryotic alphabetically. Come up with whatever reasons you want for it, but eukaryotes are up first. Tough cookies. Eukaryotic Cell Structure and Function A cell is defined as eukaryotic if it has a membrane-bound

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  • Cities

    “public benefits that currently lack in the food system”. On this basis, Whole Foods was granted permission to start a rooftop hydroponic farm in their signature store in Brooklyn, NY. I believe that hydroponic farming can be the key to creating a city with a natural eco-system that produces food for local consumption while conserving energy and water, recycling waste and reducing carbon footprint. The chart on the left side displays the difference between a terminal market and a farmers market

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  • City Planning

    City Panning SCI/362 ENERGY SOURCE | INITIAL SET UP COST | MONTHLY COST | ENERGY OUTPUT LIMIT | Solar Power | $3.5 billion | $300,000 | 1,000 Megawatts | City Planning The state of Florida is known as the sunshine state. It is probably most famous for its beautiful, tropical like weather. South Florida (City of Miami) is probably the sunniest place in the state of Florida. Due to the Miami’s almost constant exposure to the sun, it would make Miami an ideal place for a Solar Power

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  • Cell Membrane

    Cell membrane - forms the outer covering of the cell, and is semi-permeable. Cytoplasm - is a gel-like matrix where all the other cell organelles are suspended inside the cell. Nucleus - contains the hereditary material DNA and directs the activities of the cell. Centrioles - organize the microtubules assembly during cell division. Endoplasmic Reticulum - are a network of membranes composed of rough and smooth endoplasmic reticulum. Golgi complex - is responsible for storing, packaging

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  • Is the City of Guatemala a City?

    organización impuesta, el gobierno y que la libertad y derecho a la propiedad privada son factores fundamentales para suplir las necesidades de los habitantes. Además, factores importantes como lo menciona Edward Glaeser en su libro “Triumph of the City’’, capital humano sobre las estructuras, interacción humana, innovación, creatividad y educación hacen que una ciudad sea prospera, para que sus habitantes tengan una “buena vida”. Las ciudades en su principio no fueron planificadas. Estas surgieron

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  • Cell

    www.asbiology101.wordpress.com An introduction to the microscope and magnification MAGNIFICATION AND RESOLUTION Because cells are too small to be seen with the naked eye, the light microscope was developed to produce enlarged and more detailed images of cells. The magnification of an image is how much bigger it appears under the microscope than it is in real life, and is worked out using the following formula: magnification = image size ÷ actual size unit metre decimetre centimetre

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  • City of Glass

    THE MORTAL INSTRUMENTS Book Three City of Glass Margaret K. McElderry Books An imprint of Simon & Schuster Children​s Publishing Division 1230 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York 10020 This book is a work of fiction. Any references to historical events, real people, or real locales are used fictitiously. Other names, characters, places, and incidents are products of the author​s imagination, and any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead

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  • Fuel Cells

    A fuel cell is a device that converts the chemical energy from a fuel into electricity through a chemical reaction with oxygen or another oxidizing agent . Hydrogen is the most common fuel, but hydrocarbons such as natural gas and alcohols like methanol are sometimes used. Fuel cells are different from batteries in that they require a constant source of fuel and oxygen to run, but they can produce electricity continually for as long as these inputs are supplied. Welsh Physicist William Grove developed

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  • Stem Cells

    One of the most popular clinical studies being researched these days is stem cell transplantation. Until recently, moral issues of states and countries haven't allowed research to expound deeply into the unknowns. Within the last ten years though, scientists have made leaps and bounds in finding out concrete facts that this stem cell research has supplied. New ways of conducting stem cell research have made the healing and repairing treatment for many diverse applications. To prove

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  • Cell Phone

    left of this paragraph is a floating two column table with a nice green border and header row. Now let’s look at a fancier table—one with alternating row colors and partial borders. This table is stretched out to take 100% of the available width. City or Town | Point A | Point B | Point C | Point D | Point E | Point A | — | | | | | Point B | 87 | — | | | | Point C | 64 | 56 | — | | | Point D | 37 | 32 | 91 | — | | Point E | 93 | 35 | 54 | 43 | — | Next, we see a table with

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  • City

    Jerran K. McClenton November 2015 AJS/514 City Demographics and Crime Profile Social learning theory considers the formation of an individual’s identity to be a learned response to what a person has been raised around or adapted to. In Memphis, Tennessee, many people within this state are influenced to criminal behavior at a very young age. According to WREG Memphis Channel 3 news, Memphis was only just ranked below Detroit and Oakland, California, but the Chair of the Crime Commission Ben

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  • Plant Cell vs Solar Cell

    Plant Cell versus Solar Cell Katrina Minchew July 18, 2011 Strayer University | | Photosynthesis is defined as the process in which green plants and other organisms by which carbohydrates are synthesized from carbon dioxide and water using light as an energy source. It takes place mainly inside the leaves. This process utilizes light energy and it is transformed into chemical energy used to create organic compounds. Photosynthesis consists of two processes that use both light and dark energy

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  • Cells

    Cells Assessment- Second Sitting 2015-6 Watch the short video at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rpj0emEGShQ (see footnote ), then answer the following question 1. Type your answers into the boxes 1) a) What substance are the “yellow, little knobby things” called “Keys” on the virus made of? ------------------------------------------------- These are made of proteins 1.2 b) The narrator says the “keys” fit

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  • Stem Cell

    English 102 Stem Cells: There are 3 main types of stem cells- embryonic, adult, and induced pluripotent, that provide great advances to modern medicine (Power). In recent years, the discussion of stem cells has become that of a political and moral debate. There are many misconceptions about stem cell research. The advantages far outweigh the disadvantages. “Stem cells promise great advances in the treatment of injury and disease, but many problems must be

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  • Cities

    concentrated on study of small & isolated civilizations rather than complex ones in cities. However, cities are where the action is. Therefore, new subfield of anthropology emerged, urban anthropology, emphasizing issues of the cities in undeveloped and industrialized countries. This might be due to the reason that anthropology aspires to study universals and wider perspective of human condition. And also cities represent a ‘gateway; to fieldwork which mainly takes place in towns, peasants villages

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  • Parts of a Cell

    Parts of a Cell There are two types of cells: Image 1 (Kaufman and Thompson) Prokaryotic Cell Image 2 (Kaufman and Thompson) Eukaryotic Cell A prokaryotic (pro- before; karyotic-nucleus or before the egg) cell does not have a true nucleus. A eukaryotic (eu- true; karyotic- nucleus) cell has a nucleus surrounded by a nuclear membrane. Let’s start with the CELL MEMBRANE Image 3 (Hese) Pretend the cell is a house

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  • Cities

    What is a City? There are various ways to define a city either it be from a historical, contemporary, administrative or economic viewpoint. For the purpose of this analysis, a city is defined as a large permanent settlement, which is usually dense and highly populated relative to rural villages and towns, and they are made up of heterogeneous people. As recently as a hundred years ago, only 2 in 10 people lived in cities, but now we have 54% of the world population living in cities or urban areas

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  • Cell to Cell Communication

    14 IB Biology Cell To Cell Communication Unicellular and multicellular organisms need to sense their environment in order to survive. Unicellular organisms need to be able to differentiate between poisonous foods and to avoid predators. Cells release chemical messengers to communicate. They communicate either by paracrine signaling or gap junctions. Local signaling in animals is called paracrine signaling. While gap junction is the direct contact between cells. There

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  • Fuel Cells

    Introduction A microbial fuel cell (MFC) is a bioreactor that converts chemical energy in the chemical bonds in organic compounds to electrical energy through catalytic reactions of microorganisms under anaerobic conditions. (Allen and Bennetto, 1993; Gil et al., 2003; Moon et al., 2006; Choi et al., 2003). It MFC structure consist of an anaerobic sections of an anode (negative) electrode and a cathode (positive) electrode which is separated by a Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM). It has been recognized

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  • Stem Cell

    Research Draft Since the discovery of stem cell therapy, it has been a controversial topic of long debate of moral ethics and politically. The discovery of stem cells and their ability to generate new cells began in the 1800’s. Today the topic of research therapy makes headlines with its controversy with the use of embryonic stem cells. Historically stem cell research includes plant, animals and human stem cells but today the prominent use of stem cells in humans is bone marrow transplant. This has

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  • Cell

    The structure and functions of Cell The purpose of this report is to explain the structure and functions of Cell. Cell is the basic unit of life and it contains other membrane-bound organelles structures that carry out specific functions necessary for normal cellular operation. Organelles have a wide range of roles and functions that include everything from producing hormones and enzymes to providing energy for Cells. Organelles Location Structure Functions Nucleus Centre - Nucleus is spherical

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  • Cell Essay

    Cell Essay This is my essay for converting a cell into a city. I started out with creating a cell wall. I made a Nordic wall of stone to protect the city. Next I did the cell membrane which I transformed into a draw bridge to fit the theme. For the cytoplasm I put grass because it makes up the shapes of the cell/city. The next big project was the chloroplast which I turned into solar panels and smokestacks because it takes in sunlight and releases CO2. On the inside I put greens and vines. The

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  • Cell Reproduction

    WHAT IS CELL REPRODUCTION AND WHY IT HAPPENS According to our text book, Essentials of Biology, we begin life as a single cell but over the period of several months, we become a collection of trillions of cells. This process continues as we grow up and as we reach a fully mature adult age, old cells are replaced with new ones. Many cells divide at least once during their short life span and some divide many times before they die. This is known as cell division (parent cells and daughter cells)

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  • Cells

    Stem cells: What they are and what they do Researchers believe stem cells offer great promise for new medical treatments. Learn about stem cell types, current and possible uses, ethical issues and the state of research. By Mayo Clinic staff You've heard about stem cells in the news, and perhaps you've wondered if they might help you or a loved one with a serious disease. You may wonder what stem cells are, how they're being used to treat disease and injury, and why they're the subject of such

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  • Stem Cell and Cell Culture

    STEM CELL & CELL CULTURE Differences between embryonic and adult stem cells. One of the differences between embryonic and adult stem cells is the cell potency. Cell potency comes from the term potential and basically means a cells’ potential to differentiate and take on different functions. Embryonic stem cells are pluripotent and thus can form all types of cells (endoderm, mesoderm, and ectoderm). Adult stem cells on the other hand are mostly multipotent, meaning the cells can only differentiate

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