Stem cells are cells that have NOT yet been differentiated. They are not yet specialized. Some cells do not become specialized yet, but are called undifferentiated.
Undifferentiated cells have not yet undergone changes to become specialised for a particular function. They are called stem cells. Stem cells are capable of multiplying, resulting in more undifferentiated cells. In addition, they can develop into different types of cells, depending on what instructions they receive.
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