unipotent[yo̵̅o̅ nip′ə tənt]
unipotent definition by Webster's New World
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Biol. capable of developing into only a single type of cell or tissue: said of certain, esp. embryonic, cells
Origin: uni- plush potent
unipotent definition by American Heritage Dictionary
Capable of developing into only one type of cell or tissue.