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Which of the following cells is not pluripotent? A. embryonic stem cells B. embryonic germ cells C. both are pluripotent D. neither are pluripotent
C. both are pluripotent
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Embryonic stem cells are found in various tissues in the body and might be used to maintain and repair the same kind of tissue in which they are found
Which of the following cells are pluripotent? (Check all that apply) _____ embryonic stem cells _____ embryonic germ cells _____ neuronal cells _____ epithelial cells _____ red blood cells _____ adult stem cells
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Which of the following reasons explains a possible advantage of using adult stem cells in therapeutic cloning rather than embryonic stem cells? Adult stem cells have a longer lifespan in culture than embryonic stem cells, and would persist for a longer time in the patient’s body. Embryonic stem cells would not be able to enter the correct tissue of the patient’s body, unlike an adult stem cell. Adult stem cells must be obtained from another individual before being injected into the patient, and would be less likely to be rejected by the patient’s body. Embryonic stem cells may stop dividing within the patient’s body once injected, unlike adult stem cells. Adult stem cells may be obtained from the patient and would be less likely to be rejected by the patient’s body.
Adult stem cells may be obtained from the patient and would be less likely to be rejected by the patient’s body
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A unique trait of embryonic stem cells that make them useful for generating knockout animals is that they:
are totipotent
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A unique trait of embryonic stem cells that make them useful for generating knockout animals is that they
are totipotent.
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