Multipotent Stem Cells
- During the development of cells they become more specialized in their function.
- The cells are committed to a single function.
- This process of cellular specialization is called 'Differentiation' and is controlled by the nucleus of the cell.
- Multipotent stem cells are a small number of partially differentiated stem cells present in adult tissues and are capable of forming a limited number of specialized cell types.
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