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Cell Differentiation: Crafting Life's Unique Proteins

Chapter 18, Problem 4

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QUESTION:

Cell differentiation always involves

a. transcription of the myoD gene.

b. the movement of cells.

c. the production of tissue-specific proteins.

d. the selective loss of certain genes from the genome.

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Cell Differentiation: Crafting Life's Unique Proteins
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Explore the incredible process of cell differentiation and how cells become specialized through the production of tissue-specific proteins. Witness the unique roles of muscle cells and neurons as they create essential proteins for their functions. Uncover the symphonic beauty of life's complexity through this fascinating biological journey.

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QUESTION:

Cell differentiation always involves

a. transcription of the myoD gene.

b. the movement of cells.

c. the production of tissue-specific proteins.

d. the selective loss of certain genes from the genome.

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The process of cell differentiation results in specialized cell types that arise from a generic precursor or stem cell. This specialization often requires the expression of genes that produce proteins unique to each cell type.

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