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to·tip·o·tent

 (tō-tĭp′ə-tənt, tō′tĭ-pōt′nt)
adj.
Relating to a cell, especially a fertilized egg, that is capable of differentiating into an unlimited number of specialized cell types.

to·tip′o·ten·cy n.
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totipotent

(təʊˈtɪpətənt)
adj
(Biology) (of an animal cell) capable of differentiation and so forming a new individual, tissue, organ, etc
[C20: from Latin tōtus entire + potent1]
toˈtipotency n
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to•tip•o•tent

(toʊˈtɪp ə tənt)

adj. Biol.
(of a cell or part) having the potential for developing in various specialized ways.
[1895–1900]
to•tip′o•ten•cy, n.
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Adj.1.totipotent - having the ability to give rise to unlike cells; "embryonic stem cells are totipotent"
cell - (biology) the basic structural and functional unit of all organisms; they may exist as independent units of life (as in monads) or may form colonies or tissues as in higher plants and animals
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Translations

to·tip·o·tent

, totipotential
a. totipotente, que puede generar totipotencia.
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