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Science Chap.3 Sec.1

Science Chapter 3 Section 1

cell cycle most cells in an organism go through a cycle of growth, development, and division called cell cycle
interphase is the period during the cell cycle of a cell's growth and development
sister chromatids two identical chromosomes, called sister chromatids
centromere sister chromatids are held together by a structure
mitosis division of nucleus and its contents
cytokinesis division of cytoplasm and its contents
daughter cells two new cells that result from mitosis and cytokinesis
cell differentiation the process by which cells become different types of cells is called
stem cells are unspecialized cells that are able to develop into many different cell types
tissues are groups of similar types of cells that work together to carry out specific tasks
organ are groups of different tissues working together to perform to perform a particular job
organ systems are groups of different organs that work together to complete a series of tasks.
Created by: IsaiahDaBreton