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dna and chromosomes-preap biology 1

bacteriophage a type of virus.
nucleotide monomers that make up DNA
double helix where two strands coil around each other like a twisted latter.
base pairing rules T = A and G = C
replication the process of which DNA is copied during the cell cycle
DNA polymerases a group of enzymes that bond nucleotides together
cell cycle the regular pattern of growth
mitosis the division of the cell nucleus and its contents
cytokinesis the process that divides the cells cytoplasm
chromosome the long continuous thread of DNA that consist of genes
histone a group of proteins
chromatin spaghetti like DNA
chromatid the duplicated chromosome
centromere the pinched looking chromosomes
somatic cell body cells
gamete sex cells
homologous chromosome the cells inherited by your parents
autosome 1-22
sex chromosome 23
sexual reproduction the fusion of two gametes
fertilization when the sperm and egg make one nucleus
diploid two copies of each chromosome
haploid one copies itself
meiosis divides, then divides again
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