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Purpose of mitosis You can grow
Result of mitosis Identical cells
Diploid the normal number of chromosomes
Haploid half the number of chromosomes
Gamete sex cell egg/sperm
Meiosis making sex cells
Chromosomes DNA
Homologous chromosomes same
Purpose of meiosis to make sex cells
Result of meiosis 4 sex cells
Where are the chromosomes found in the cell? Chromosomes are found in the nucleus.
What are the two main reasons that cells go through mitosis? So you can grow and prepare
What are the results of the mitosis? Two identical cells
What is DNA? DNA the instructions for the body
What happens to the DNA in mitosis? It doubles
What is the one reason that cells go through meiosis? To make the sex cells
What are the results of meiosis? 4 sex cells
How is nutrition connected to mitosis and meiosis? You need to eat the proper food
Why is mitosis considered “asexual reproduction”? The A means not. Not sex cells
Why is meiosis considered “sexual reproduction”? It makes sex cells
Describe the products of meiosis 4 sex cells
Created by: ashleykonheim