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Cell cycle Science

mrs erndl 7A

What is the cell cycle made up of? Interphase, Mitosis, and Cytokinesis
What's interphase? *Cell grows to mature size. *Makes copy of DNA
What's Mitosis? Mitosis (cell division) has 4 phases
What's prophase? The chromatin in the nucleus condenses together to form chromosomes
What's metaphase? Chromosomes line up across the center of the cell
What's Anaphase? Chromatids separate and move to opposite ends of cell
What's Telophase? New nuclear membrane forms around each group of chromosomes
What's Cytokinesis? *Cell pinches in 2 *Each daughter cell ends up with the same # of identical chromosomes
Characteristics of living thins, List 4 1.)Living things acquire & use energy 2.) Living things respond to stimuli 3.) Living things reproduce 4.)Living things have the capacity to evolve
What's Meiosis? sexual reproduction (egg and sperm cells)
Binary fission a form of asexual reproduction & prokaryotic cells divide through binary fission, (produces 2 genetically identical cells)
Asexual reproduction? doesn't need a partner to reproduce. (by itself)
sexual reproduction? needs both parents to reproduce (sperm and egg)
what 3 things is cell division for? 1.) reproduction 2.) Growth 3.) and new cells are created
whats a centromere? the most condensed and constricted region of a chromosome, the spindle fiber is attached during mitosis
humans have __ chromosomes 46
what are the kinds of cell divison binary fission, meiosis, and mitosis
prokaryotes don't have a true nucleaus
eukaryotes have a true nucleaus
Created by: 15smannarino