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study guide for ch2

notes for ch 2

what phase does a cell spend most of its time in Interphase
What are the three phases of Interphase G1- growth and celluar functioning S- growth and chromosomes duplicate G2- growth and organells replicate
Chromosomes during interphase in preparation for Mitosis Cell division is one cell splitting in two identical cells, and it includes six phases in all
What are the phases of cell division Interphase, prophase metaphase, anaphase, telophase, cytokenesis
wht are the five words that start with c centrioles, organells in cytoplasm that anchor spindle fibers during mitosis Chromosomes, tightly coiled, x shaped DNA Chromatids, identical dna strands, joined at the centomere centromere, structure that connects two sister chromatids after replicatio
cells do not increase in size only in number, and growing organisms get more cells dont forget chromatin
the level of organization an undifferentiated cell can become any cell in the body
undifferentiated cells are stem cells eukaryote is a cell with a nucleus and a prokaryote is a cell without a nucleus
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