to·ti·po·tent adjective \tō-ˈti-pə-tənt, ˌtō-tə-ˈpō-tənt\
Origin of TOTIPOTENT
whole, entire + English -i-
First Known Use: circa 1899
to·ti·po·tent adjective \tō-ˈtip-ət-ənt\ (Medical Dictionary)
: capable of developing into a complete organism or differentiating into any of its cells or tissues <totipotent blastomeres>
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