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to·tip·o·tent

, totipotential (tō-tip'ŏ-tĕnt, tō'ti-pō-ten'shăl),
Relating to totipotency.
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totipotent

(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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to·tip·o·tent

, totipotential (tō-tip'ŏ-tĕnt, tō'ti-pŏ-ten'shăl)
Relating to totipotency.
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totipotent

(tō-tĭp′ō-tĕnt) [L. totus, all, + potentia, power]
In embryology, the ability of a cell or group of cells to produce all of the tissues required for development (i.e., the embryonic membranes, the embryo, and finally the fetus).
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