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CH 2-3, 3-4

cell cycle, mitosis, meiosis

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stage of cell cycle where cell grows, repairs damage, reproduces interphase
nuclear membranes form telophase
Doubled chromosomes are fully visible and coiled; nuclear membrane disintegrates prophase
Doubled chromosomes separate to opposite ends of the cell anaphase
Doubled chromosomes line up across center of cell metaphase
Centromeres divide anaphase
Cell makes copies of its hereditary material (DNA). interphase
mitosis produces 2 new nuclei that are identical to what? (2 answers) each other and original nucleus
stage of cell cycle where cytoplasm and cell divides cytokinesis
stage of cell cycle where nucleus divides mitosis
one arm of a chromosome chromatid
doubled rod of condensed chromatin chromosome
structure that holds chromatids together centromere
process in which DNA is copied replication
process by which the number of chromosomes is reduced by half; forms sex cells meiosis
nuclear division process involved in producing exact copies of cells mitosis
reproduction with ONE parent, exact genetic copy of parent asexual reproduction
reproduction with TWO parents, mix of genetic information from both parents sexual reproduction
Created by: neumeist