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How Somatic Variation Leads to Differentiation: from Cells to Humans
 
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John Tyler Bonner, PhD

Individual organisms and individual cells have two kinds of variation: they can differ in their genes (genetic variation), or they can differ in some way that is not inherited (somatic variation). When cells or individuals are genetically identical (clones) then their somatic variation is often put to constructive use by setting up a hierarchical organization within a group. This is illustrated in ciliate protozoa, cellular slime molds, social insects, and identical human twins.


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