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Which of the following gives an accurate description of the difference between pluripotent cells and totipotent cells?
Pluripotent cells can form the placental cells only, while totipotent cells can become all the different types of cells in the body.
Pluripotent and totipotent cells can form only placental cells.
While pluripotent cells and totipotent cells can form any cells of the body, neither of them are able to form placental cells.
Pluripotent cells can become all the different cell types in the body. Totipotent cells can form all the different cell types in the body and the placental cells as well.