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All of the cells are in the very early stages of embryonic development and have not begun to differentiate into specialized types of cells.

All of the cells are in the very early stages of embryonic development and have not begun to differentiate into specialized types of cells.

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May 21, 2018 - Describes how the embryo forms specialized cells and organs. ... We all start as a single cell and soon grow into an embryo. ... must be going on inside the embryo, and the tremendous amount of growth ... Differentiation is the process by which unspecialized cells become ... It may also have begun to move.