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Genetics Analysis

Chromosomal Basis for Heredity

Fusion between genetics genetics and cytology provides analysis for chromosomal theory of heredity
Nuclear division associated with the division of somatic cells Mitosis
Interphase Gap 1, Synthesis, and Gap 2 phase
S phase Synthesis Phase
Sister chromatids become visible in the prophase
Structures that contain the genes Chromosomes
An intermediate stage of nuclear division when chromosomes align along the equatorial plane of the cell Metaphase
The early stage of nuclear division during which chromosomes condense and become visible Prophase
An intermediate stage of nuclear division during which chromosomes are pulled to the poles of the cell Anaphase
The late stage of nuclear division when daughter nuclei reform Telophase
Segregation into daughter cells Mitosis
Segregation into second division Meiosis
Sutton Bovery Principle 1. the alleles of a gene segregate equally into gametes 2. different genes act independently
Created by: Vsevolod-Notes