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Arrange the following terms in order of increasing specialization: oligopotency, pleuripotency, unipotency, multipotency. a. multipotency, pleuripotency, oligopotency, unipotency b. pleuripotency, oligopotency, multipotency unipotency c. oligopotency, pleuripotency, unipotency, multipotency d. pleuripotency, multipotency, oligopotency, unipotency

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Unipotent cells are fully specialized and cannot differentiate into other type of cells. Pluripotent cells however have the ability to differentiate into any type of tissue, but they are not specialized ( they don't have a specific function in body as neurons or red blood cells for example).

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