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life science

mitoses a proceess in which the nucleus and the chromosomes of the cell divides to create two cells that are exact copies of the original cell.
Replication the process in which the DNA is copied
Cell Cycle regular sequence of growth and divisions that a cell undergoes in its life span
Cytokinesis The stage of the cell cycle in which the cytoplasm divides.
Chromosomes Threadlike structures in the nucleus that carry the genetic information
Genes A section of chromosome that carries the code for a trait.
Asexual Reproduction A reproductive process that involves only one parent and the offspring are identical to the parent.
Daughter Cells The two cells produced from the parent cell by mitosis.
DNA Makes up the chromosomes, contains the genetic information, the genes.
Interphase longest phase, cell grows, matures and does its job. DNA is copied.
Prophase Chromosomes appear. Nucleur membrane breaks down. Spindle fibers appear.
Metaphase Chromosomes attach to the spindle fibers at the centromere. Chromosomes line up in the center of the cell.
Anaphase Chromosomes are pulled apart and move to opposite ends(poles) of the cell. One of each pair of sister chromatid is at each end of the cell.
Telophase Nucleur membrane reforms and the cell begins to pinch in (animal cell).
Created by: PatrickK