Differentiation and Stem Cells

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Clues

  • A cell that eventually leads to the formation of gametes (8, 5)
  • All differentiated cells derived from stem cell (except reproductive cells) (7, 5)
  • An uncontrolled growth of cells (6)
  • Large quantity of extracellular material present in the spaces between cells (10, 6)
  • The process by which an unspecialised cell becomes altered and adapted to perform to perform a specialised function as part of a permanent tissue (15)
  • This is formed when cancer cells divide uncontrollably to produce a mass of abnormal cells (6)
  • Tissue composed of a network of neurons and glial cells (7, 6)
  • Tissue that consists of cells capable of contraction (6, 6)
  • Tissue that is composed of cells that unite to from membranes (10, 6)
  • Unspecialised cells that can both reproduce and differentiate (4, 5)

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