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4th 8 weeks exam

homozygous? organisms with some alles (DD)
heterozygous? organisms with different alles (Dd)
dominant? alles that cover up other alles (DD)
recessive? alles that can be covered up (dd)
End result of Meiosis? telophase
End result of mitosis? cytokineses
Stages of Meiosis? prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase,
Diploid? whole number
Haploid? half number
What is the haploid of 12? 6
What is the diploid of 28? 56
What are the stages to the cell cycle? interphase, mitosis, prokaryotic
Which organisms are eukaryotic? Eukaryotes are bugger and are complicated. they have organelles and chromosomes. they can be mulitucellular and include animal and plant cells
which organisms are prokaryotic? prokaryote cells are smaller and simpler. They are commonly known as bacteria 10-100 in size Unicellular
Which organisms are multicellular? prokaryotes
which organisms are unicellular? eukaryotes
Created by: ashlynnrdaviss