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Cell Division terms

A way to study chapter 3.

cell cycle The changes the cell goes through from one cell division to the next.
Regeneration The process of new tissue growth at the sight of a wound or lost limb.
Binary Fission Is the form of asexual reproduction occurring in prokaryotes.
DNA A chemicalthat contains information for an organism's growth and functions.
Chromosomes Structers that are made of compacted DNA wrapped around proteins.
Interphase The part of the cell cycle during which a cell is not dividing.
Mitosis The part of the cell cycle during which the nucleus divides.
Cytokinesis The division of the parent cell's cytoplasm.
Asexual Reproduction One organism produces one or more new organisms that are identical to itself and that live independently of it.
Budding The process in which and organism develops tiny buds on its body.
Prophase Long strands of DNA condense to sistinct chromosomes, each with two chromatids that are exact copies of each other.
Metaphase Chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell.
Anaphase Chromatids of each chromosome split into two separate chromosomes.
Telophase New nuclear membranes form.
Sexual Reproduction A cell containing genetic information from the mother and a cell containing genetic information from the fater combine into a completely new cell, which becomes the offspring.
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