Differentiation is a step-by-step process. When comparing embryonic stem cells with the stem cells found in your skin, which statement is true about their relative stages of differentiation?

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Both embryonic stem cells and the stem cells found in your skin are fully undifferentiated.

Both embryonic stem cells and the stem cells found in your skin are partially differentiated and committed to a specific developmental pathway.

Embryonic stem cells are fully undifferentiated, whereas the stem cells found in your skin are committed to a specific developmental pathway.

Embryonic stem cells are committed to a specific developmental pathway, whereas the stem cells found in your skin are fully undifferentiated.

 

asked Dec 28, 2012 in Biology by anonymous
    

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Embryonic stem cells are fully undifferentiated, whereas the stem cells found in your skin are committed to a specific developmental pathway.

 

answered Dec 28, 2012 by Luffy ~Expert~ (977 points)



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