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What are the three types of stem cells in embryo?

The three types of stem cells in an embryo are totipotent, pluripotent, and multipotent.


Explain how a stem cell develops into an embryo?

Embryonic stem cells (ES cells) are stem cells derived from the inner cell mass of the blastocyst, an early-stage embryo.In other words, they do not become embryos, they are part of an embryo.


Do babies die when their stem cells are removed?

Stem cells are removed just after conception when the zygote is forming into an embryo. When stem cells are taken, the embryo cannot develop, and so does die.


What happens to the embryo after stem cells have been removed?

the embryo is killed


What happens to the embryo once stem cells are removed?

the embryo dies


How do adult stem cells differ from embryonic stem cells?

Adult stem cells are harvested from newborn's cord blood or human bone marrow while embryo stem cells come from the inner cell mass of a human embryo. No fetus is killed to use the stem cells, but the embryo cannot function and must be destroyed without a inner cell mass.


Are more stem cells found in an embryo or an adult?

There are more cells found in an embryo than an adult.


Do stem cells come from the embryo?

Stem cells can come from human embryos, blood, or bone marrow.


How old does a zygote have to be to get stem cells?

In order to obtain stem cells, an embryo must be in the blastocyst stage.


How do stem cells in an embryo dffer to stem cells in adults?

Stem cells harvested from embryos are taken from babies that have been murdered. Stem cells taken from adults involves no murder.


Stem cells come from what?

They come from a 'Blastocyst', this is one of the earliest forms of an embryo where the cells are not yet specialised (stem cells).


What are stem cells described as?

stem cells are described as cells part of the embryo where fertilized human egg cells have 23 pairs of chromosomes


Why is the use of stem cells so controversial?

The controversy over stem cells results from the fact that the human embryo is a convenient source (although not the only source) of stem cells; therefore, this connects to the very controversial issue of abortion. In order to use an embryo as a source of stem cells, it first has to be aborted.


What are the techniques to produce embryonic stem cells and embryonic germ cells?

Sacrifice a embryo at the blastocoel stage. Obtain the stem cells from the blastomere.


Can you get stem cells from bone marrow?

Yes. Stem cells can be hervested from: Bone marrow The early embryo Cord blood


What is the difference between a adult stem cell and embryonic stem cell?

And embryonic stem cell is taken from an embryo at a very early stage of its development. The embryo is so small at that point that taking the stem cells destroys the embryo. An adult stem cell is taken from an adult and doing so does not destroy the adult. Adult stem cells are thought to be less flexible than embryonic stem cells and therefore less suitable for certain processes.


What is the major issue involving the harvesting of embryonic stem cells?

The major issue involving the harvesting of embryonic stem cells is that the embryonic stem cells can cause the destruction of an embryo.


How many stem cells are in an embryo?

It depends on how old the embryo is. If the embryo is 1 day old then there are fewer than if the embryo is 5 days old.


Why are Stem Cells important in the Developing Embryo?

Stem cells are pluripotent, that is, they have the ability to differentiate and become any cell type in the body.


Will Jehovah Witnesses accept stem cells?

No, Stem cells are from Embryos and Embryos are from the seed of a man and the egg of a woman and stem cells result in the destruction of an Embryo and therefore is abortion and is murder.


What are some ethical issues of stem cell use?

The main ethical issue which has arisen with respect to the use of stem cells for medical purposes is that the best source of stem cells is the human embryo, but only if the embryo is aborted. The question then arises, was that embryo going to be aborted anyway, or was the decision to abort influenced by the need for stem cells. So then, we can argue that if an embryo was aborted specifically because of the wish to use its stem cells, it is not fair to kill that embryo, which otherwise could have become a human being. We might be in the position of killing one patient (if an embryo can be considered a patient) in order to save another, and that is not good ethics. There are, of course, also people who oppose abortion under any circumstances, whether stem cells are harvested or not, and these people will also have a problem with any use of embryonic stem cells, even when the abortion was going to happen anyway.


Where at in the human body are stem cells?

There are adult stem cells and there are embryonic stem cells. Adult stem cells are found in many body tissues such as in the brain, neural stem cells, and in bone marrow. Also the embryonic stem cells, as you can tell by the name, are from the embryo which starts to develop into more recognizable specialized stem cells within three to four weeks after fertilization.


What is the main way that an embryo gets bigger?

The cells are known as stem cells meaning they can become any cell type. The embryo becomes bigger because certain genes in the DNA are activated allowing the cell to divide or produce certain determination factors that will make a stem cell become a neuron, muscle cell, etc.... The embryo grows in size as the stem cells divide repeatedly and then some of the stem cells become actual specific cells.


What is the difference between cord blood stem cells and embryonic stem cells?

Cord blood stem cells come from a newborn's umbilical cord while embryonic stem cells are harvested from a human embryo. Although the procedures involved in harvesting it are totally different. A doctor can immediately removed a newborn's umbilical cord and squeeze out those stem cells. Getting stem cells from the embryo requires to kill a forming fetus inside the womb and this procedure is considered unacceptable.


What is the difference between adult stem cells and embryonic stem cells?

Embryonic stem cells (ESC) comes from embryos, and adult stem cells (ASC) come from adults. To get ESC, you have to destroy and embryo. Adults have stem cells throughout their body. They can easily be removed without inflicting harm on the adult.