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How does a pluripotent cell differ from a totipotent cell? A. Pluripotent cells can be used in adults but not children. B. Pluripotent cells can't give rise to placental cells. C. Pluripotent cells can only turn into one kind of specialization. D. Pluripotent cells disappear after a baby is born.
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Pluripotent cells can't give rise to placental cells. - is how a pluripotent cell differs from a totipotent cell.
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A hiker has become overwhelmed with heat while walking in the Grand Canyon. The hiker's body goes into overdrive to keep cool in the heat. The hiker needs to hydrate his or her cells. Cellular transport is used to regulate homeostasis.
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