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Summe School 4

Mutation Any permanent change in a gene of chromosome of a cell.
Haploid Describes cells that do not have pairs of chromosomes.
Diploid Describes cells that do have pairs of chromosomes.
Mitosis The process in which the nucleus divides to form two identical nuclei.
Sperm Cells formed in the males reproduction organs.
Sexual Reproduction Type of reproduction when two sex cells, usually and egg and a sperm, come together.
Gene A section of DNA ( on a chromosome ) where instructions for making specific proteins are found.
Chromosomes A structure in the nucleus that contains hereditary materials.
Asexual Reproduction Type of reproduction when a new organism ( sometimes more than one ) is production that has hereditary material identical to the parent organism.
DNA The code that forms when an egg and a sperm join.
RNA A type pf nucleic acid that carries the codes for making proteins from the nucleus to the ribosomes.
Zygote A process by which haploids sex cells are produced.
Egg Cells formed in the female reproductive organs which contain stored food along with other cell parts.
Fertilization THe joining of an egg and sperm.
Meiosis Produces Haploid sex cells.
Created by: Lagundis