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Tumors can be benign (they don't bother you at all eg: a mole which does not change) and malignant (also called cancer). The difference is based on:- Degree of differentiation - How much the tumor cells resemble the normal cells Rate of growth - In general (over generalised) benign tumors are slow growing while malignant tumors are fast growing Spread to ...


In the case of myofibrils this is the case because of the syncytial nature of that given structure. It means that in developing muscle tissue after a certain stage the cell divisions become somewhat different in that the final step, being separation of the daughter cells via invagination of cell membranes, does not happen. The nuclei though keep dividing ...

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