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PlantBioMidterm3

TermDefinition
hyphae single filaments of fungus
mycelium vegetative part of a fungus, consisting of a mass of branching, thread-like hyphae.
Plasmogamy cytoplasm of two parent cells fuse together
karyogamy fusion of two nuclei
phaeophyta brown algae
cell cycle a series of events that takes place in a cell as it grows and divides.
stem cells simple cell in the body that is able to develop into any one of various kinds of cells.
differentiation development from the one to the many, the simple to the complex, or the homogeneous to the heterogeneous.
totipotency The ability of cells such as an embryonic stem cell to differentiate into any type of body cell.
interphase first step of mitosis- when cells are actually doing things, everything BUT division.
M phase division
nuclear division duplicated chromosomes separate to form two genetically identical daughter nuclei.
Cytokinesis cytoplasm of a cell is physically divided to form two daughter cells housing the newly formed nuclei.
G1 phase this is where growth happens, some cells stop and differentiate while some will die.
S phase SYNTHESIS- DNA replication/copying
endoreplication cells undergo interphase but do not divide
chromatin mass of genetic material composed of DNA and proteins that condense to form chromosomes.
What is produced by mitosis? 2 daughter cells
gametes sex cell (sperm and eggs)
zygote a cell formed when 2 gamete cells are joined by occurrence of sexual reproduction.
haploid cell has only one set of chromosomes
diploid 2 complete sets of chromosomes, 1 from each parent.
Syngamy joins haploid(gametes) cells to form new unique diploid(zygote) cell.
gametophyte haploid stage of a plant. produces HAPLOID gametes
mushrooms basidiomycota
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