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  • s  consisting of many cells
    multicellular organisms

  • These paramecium clones, which consist of the divisions and redivisions of one exconjugant (mated cell), are roughly comparable to the aggregate of cells in a multicellular animal .
  • Rotifers are ideally fitted for experiments on senescence : they are multicellular, have simple brains, eye spots, and live three weeks or less.
  • Such questions fascinate biologists, for the mysterious force which makes cells cooperate is the basic law of multicellular life.
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  • Psychiatric Epigenetics: A Key to the Molecular Basis of and Therapy for Psychiatric Disorders
    Table 2: Examples of known epigenetic modifiers with therapeutic impli... The term “epigenetic” was first coined by Waddington in 1939 to describe diverse reprogramming of the same genetic materials to generate a multicellular organism from a single cell.
    June 11, 2013 - Psychiatric Times
  • Psychiatric Epigenetics
    Table 2: Examples of known epigenetic modifiers with therapeutic impli... The term “epigenetic” was first coined by Waddington in 1939 to describe diverse reprogramming of the same genetic materials to generate a multicellular organism from a single cell.
    June 11, 2013 - Psychiatric Times
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  • Carolyn Bertozzi in PhysOrg.com
    Our method allows the assembly of multicellular structures from the 'bottom up,'says Carolyn Bertozzi, principal investigator in the research, who directs DOE's Molecular Foundry nanoscience research facility at Berkeley Lab and is a member...

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