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Nullipotent vs. Pluripotent — What's the Difference?

Nullipotent vs. Pluripotent — What's the Difference?

Difference Between Nullipotent and Pluripotent


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Describing an action which has no side effect. Queries are typically nullipotent: they return useful data, but do not change the data structure queried. Contrast with idempotent.


Relating to or being a cell that is capable of differentiating into cells of any type of tissue except placental tissue.


(biology) Incapable of developing into any cell type; compare pluripotent


(biology) Able to develop into more than one mature cell or tissue type, but not all.

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