A cell that can divide over and over and remains undiffer...


SEARCH
Notice

You are in browse mode. You must login to use MEMORY



From course:

3rd Form - Cells

» Start this Course
(Practice similar questions for free)
Question:

A cell that can divide over and over and remains undifferentiated (unspecialised). Present in the early embryo and in some adult tissues such as bone marrow.

Author: MissScarrott




Answer:
Stem Cell


1 answer(s) in total