The Growth and Development of Specialized Cells, Tissues, and Organs: An Anthology of Current Thought
Craig C. Freudenrich
The Rosen Publishing Group, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 256 pages
Collects articles discussing the specialization of cells, the processes of differentiation that occur in plant and animal cells, and how artificial differentiation can be used and the ethical questions it raises.
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Specialization of Cells
The Path to Specialization
Natural Modes of Differentiation
From Cancer as a Disease of Epithelial
Artificial Modes of Differentiation
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