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science for schyler

lol here ya go :P

What is the stage of mitosis in which chromatid pairs are lined up in the center of the cell and the centromere of each pair attaches to spindle fibers from each end? Metaphase
What is the stage of mitosis in which chromosomes have separated and spindle fibers shorten? Anaphase
What is the stage of meiosis in which cytoplasm divides, two new cells are formed, and each new cell has one duplicated chromosome from each pair? Telophase I
What are the two new cells that result from mitosis and cytokinesis? Daughter Cells
What is a change in the nucleotide sequence of a gene? Mutation
What can some mutations in DNA cause? Genetic Disorders
What kind of parent cells do both meiosis and mitosis have? Diploid
Who is the awesomest person in the world? Kayla
What does I-PMAT stand for? Interphase-Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, and Telophase
Cells that form in the reproductive organs (egg and sperm). Sex Cells
Cells that form in a male reproductive organ. Sperm Cells
Cells that form in the female reproductive organ. Egg Cells
The joining of egg and sperm. Fertilization
Cell that forms in fertilization. Zygote
The structure in the nucleus that contains hereditary material known as DNA. Chromosome
Segments of DNA on a chromosome. Genes
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