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Bio 3490 -Study questions _section 1_

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Bio 3490 study questions(section 1) 1. What is the difference between growth and development? 2. Explain why two cells that are generated by mitosis will have two different fates. 3. Mitosis may produce genetically identical but non-equal cells. How? 4. What are the major steps of developmental stages you would find when a mouse zygote go through embryogenesis? 5. Explain how each stage differs from the next stage. 6. Define embryogenesis. 7. What is an embryo? How is it different from a zygote? How is it different from adult organism? 8. Explain an experiment to prove that all the cells in an organism are genetically identical. 9. What are the 3 major molecular mechanisms that are common to all animal development? 10. What is the molecular mechanism that is not involved in plant development? Why? 11. What are the meanings of differentiation , dedifferentiation , and redifferentiation ? 12. What is a totipotent cell? How is it different from unipotent and pluripotent cells?
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