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7Sci Chapter 14-3

Cell In Action Section-3

What is cytokinesis? the division of cytoplasm
What is mitosis? the process of chromosome separation
What is cell cycle? the life stages of a cell
What is homologous chromosomes? pairs of similar chromosomes
What is a chromosome? container for DNA, the heredity material that controls cell activities
At what stage of the eukaryotic cell cycle are organelles and chromosomes copied? the first stage
In plant cells, when does a cell plate form and then the cell splits in two? during mitosis
What do cells need to do in order to replace cells that have died? produce new cells
Which type of cells contain more DNA? eukaryotic cells
Where are the chromosomes located in a prokaryotic cell? in a main ring of DNA
What is the material that controls all cell activities called? DNA
What is the process by which bacteria cells divide into two parts? binary fission
How many pairs of homologous chromosomes does the human body have? 23 pairs
What makes copies of themselves right before mitosis occurs? chromosomes
What are pairs of chromosomes called? homologous chromosomes
What is binary fission? the process of cell division in a bacterial cell
What is mitosis? the process of cells dividing into two new cells
What is cell division? It is the process by which cells reproduce themselves
How do eukaryotic cells make more cells? mitosis and cytokinesis
How do prokaryotic cells make more cells? binary fission
What forms between two new cells during plant cell cytokinesis? cell plates
What stage does the chromatids separate and move to opposite sides of the cells? phase 3
What stage does homologous chromosomes pair up along the equator? phase 2
What stage are chromosomes copied? interphase
What are the four stages of cell division called? mitosis
Created by: ndmsteach