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Post by MIA6 » Wed Jan 10, 2007 1:06 am

1. What is tissue cell?
2. Most plant cells, once differentiated, no longer undergo cell division. I don't understand its meaning?! 'Differentiate'? be more specific.

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Post by sachin » Wed Jan 10, 2007 4:20 am

1.Tissue cell is that; whih is functioning as an separate system (like gland, organ) with co.op of it's sister cells which are simillar or concerned to same function.

2.Diffeentiate means "to separate" each cell completely in to individual type.But I dont think so that plant cell on differentiation stop dividing.... at least not for plant...
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