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Cellicone Leision

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Uploaded on Sep 4, 2008

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This is a Cellicone leision experiment. Cells multiply and grow into a multi-cellular organism. Upon reaching a stable state a large section of the cells is removed. The organism then self-repairs as the remaining cells then replace the removed cells.

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