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Can anyone of you be kind enough in telling me the difference between a specialised cell and a cell that can differentiate.
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differentiated cells are specialized to perform a specified function in the body.

the unspecialized cells are capable of differentiating into mature cells
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(Original post by BobbJo)
differentiated cells are specialized to perform a specified function in the body.

the unspecialized cells are capable of differentiating into mature cells
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