Cellular differentiation is the process by which a cell becomes specialised in order to perform a specific function. This can occur in the human body as in the case of a liver cell a blood cell or a neuron.

Most types of animal cells differentiate at an early stage. They become specialised for a particular function and cannot change into different types of cells. In mature animals, cell division... more

Tony's profile picture
Tony Kaffer
·

26 students helped

·

2 years ago

Tutors who could help with undefined

Tutors who could help with undefined