Subject: Question about the initial stages of cells division and differentiation.
Date: Sun May 24 23:43:32 1998
Posted by George Tsimiklis
Grade level: undergrad
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Area of science: Development
If I'm not mistaken, cell differentiation begins at the 32 cell stage.
Is this correct? And if so, assume at the two-cell-stage there is
separation of the cells resulting in identicle twins. Will these two
cells divide to the 16-cell stage before differentiation begins or
will they divide to the 32-cell-stage. In other words, is
differentiation activated by the number of divisions or the number of
Re: Question about the initial stages of cells division and differentiation.
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