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23 June, 14:58

How is a generic embryonic cell different from a differentiated cell?

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(Choice A)

A

A differentiated cell has a specific structure to perform a particular function.

(Choice B)

B

A generic embryonic cell can only be found in later stages of development.

(Choice C)

C

A generic embryonic cell undergoes meiosis while a differentiated cell undergoes mitosis.

(Choice D)

D

A differentiated cell is diploid, while a generic embryonic cell is haploid.

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  1. 23 June, 16:22
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    How is a generic embryonic cell different from a differentiated cell?

    differentiated cell has a specific structure to perform a particular function.
  2. 23 June, 16:23
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    A differentiated cell has a specific structure to perform a particular function.

    Explanation:

    During development, cells become more and more different from one another so they can be specialized for specific functions
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