MadSci Network: Development

Subject: Probability of survival with early embryonic cell separation

Date: Tue Sep 7 15:35:47 1999
Posted by Flavio Ribeiro
Grade level: 10-12 School: No school entered.
City: Sao Paulo State/Province: SP Country: Brazil
Area of science: Development
ID: 936732947.Dv


I was wondering how probable it would be for a subject to develop normally 
 if one would separate a cell (only one cell) obtained from the first 
division of a zygote (from the subject in question), isolate it and provide 
it with adequate conditions for development (as if this second generation 
cell were the original zygote).

how far into the generations can we go without getting problems? 
(considering we discard the rest of the cells that we get after the 



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