Virtually every multicellular organism, including you, goes from a single-celled fertilized egg to a large, multicellular organism. How does mitosis explain this process? Is all growth through mitosis
Virtually total multicellular organism, including you, goes from a single-celled fertilized egg to a wide, multicellular organism.
- How does mitosis expound this rule? Is all development through mitosis?
- If total cell in your collection is a observation of that primary fertilized egg, how is it that some cells are so opposed than other cells? What are some examples of opposediated cells, and how does mitosis acceleration expound their differences?