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The process that divides ce lls using the five steps mitosis
compacted DNA chromosome
The chemical that contains the info for a cell's growth and development DNA
the process of dividing a parent cell's cytoplasm(follows mitosis) Cytokinesis
The stage of mitosis that happens most frequently in the cell cycle. Interphase
The stage of mitosis when the chromosomes seperate anaphase
The stage of mitosis when the chromosomes condense Prophase
The stage of mitosis when nuclei form the cell membrane is pushed together Telophase
The stage of mitosis when the chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell Metaphase
Your characteristics that can be observed Phenotype
unit of heredity that occupies a specific location on a chromosome and codes for a particular product Gene
When the parents pass genes to their offspring Heredity
When a cell containing genetic info from a mother and father cell combine, they form a new cell Sexual reproduction
When expressed with a phenotype, it only has to have one of that gene to have the offspring have that gene. Dominant
When expressed in a phenotype, there has to be two of these to have the offspring get this gene. Recessive
Created by: tenor1