Problem: When cells of a multi-cellular organism exit either semi-permanently or permanently from the cell cycle and develop a differentiated (specific) function, they are said to be ina. G0b. G1c. G2d. G3

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When cells of a multi-cellular organism exit either semi-permanently or permanently from the cell cycle and develop a differentiated (specific) function, they are said to be in

a. G0

b. G1

c. G2

d. G3

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