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Cell Reproduction

Mitosis etc.

TermDefinition
cell cycle The usual process cells go through for growth and division
replication the process of making a copy of something
mitosis The part of the cell cycle when a cell's DNA makes a copy and the nucleus and entire cell divides. The number of chromosomes is the same as all other cells. Two daughter cells are produced.
chromosome a doubled rod of chromatin; where the coiled DNA is found; the genetic material of a cell
cancer a disease in which some body cells divide uncontrollably
mutation a change in a gene or chromosome
chemotherapy a process using drugs to kill cancer cells
meiosis process that produces sex cells (sperm and egg) needed for reproduction; the number of chromosomes is half of a regular cell; four daughter cells are produced.
Created by: SciA