What Is Meant by Cell Specialization?

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Cell specialisation is the classification of cells according to special functions. The human body has an infinite number of cells which get replenished everyday. Examples of specialised cells include nerve cells, blood cells and epithelial cells.
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Specialized cells are any cells that have a specific function. Some specialized cell types include skin and muscle cells. Stem cells are thought to be able to be grown into specialized
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it means that cells differentiate from one general type into it's specific type. For example, a meristematic cell in a plant turning into a dermis tissue cell, or a human blastula
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it helps the cell work more effieciently.
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to contract to make your finger move
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Specialized cell is one that has differentiated embryonic stem cells. They are undifferentiated meaning they have the ability to become any type of cell in the body. As development progresses and cells divides and different cells take on different functions and are thus said to be specialized.
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