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DDES Cell Division

organisms that have a true nucleus eukaryote
all cells consist of these working parts organelles
organisms without a true nucleus prokaryotes
only known prokaryote bacteria
example of a prokaryote E.Coli
characteristics of all living things made up of cells, produced from other cells, acquire and use energy, grow, reproduce, respond to surroundings,are the basic unit of structure
three main parts of the cell cycle interphase, mitosis, cytokinesis
main goal of the cell cycle to create 2 cells with identical DNA
the organelle in which the cell cycle takes place nucleus
the stage of the cell cycle when DNA is copied and preparing to divide interphase
purpose of cell division growth, reproduction, replacing damaged cells
simple way in which prokaryotic cells divide binary fission
more complicated way in which eukaryotic cells divide mitosis
division of sex cells meiosis
when organisms can reproduce by themselves asexual reproduction
result of meiosis 4 cells with half the amount of chromosomes
Created by: pshelly