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2015 Biology Final

Cell Division

Mitosis cell division resulting in two identical, diploid, daughter cells for growth and repair
Meiosis cell division resulting in four haploid cells containing half of the chromosomes the parent cell had, production of gametes (sex cells)
Interphase NOT PART OF MITOSIS, stage where cells grow before DNA is duplicated and prepares for division (contains G1*growth, Synthesis*replication, and G2*getting ready for division)
Prophase stage where DNA starts to condense, microtubules assembled and bring centrioles to opposite sides of the cell, nuclear envelope starts to break up
Metaphase stage where chromosomes line up at the middle of the cell
Anaphase stage where sister chromatids break apart and start to move to opposite spindle poles
Telophase stage where chromosomes decondense and nuclear membrane starts to reform
Interphase stage where two daughter cells have formed, each diploid
Cytokinesis process that pinches the cells apart, cytoplasm is NOT EVENLY SPLIT
Haploid having a single set of unpaired chromosomes
Diploid containing two complete sets of chromosomes, one from each parent
Crossing Over in Meiosis, the exchange of genes between homologous chromosomes, resulting in a mixture of parental characteristics in offspring after tetrads are formed
Binary Fission division of prokaryotic cells, cells that possess a single chromosome which is replicated and the cell is divided
Prophase 1 stage where tetrads form and synapse (crossing over)
Metaphase 1 stage where tetrads split
Anaphase 1 stage where chromosomes move to opposite ends
Telophase 1 stage where there are two haploid cells
Telophase 2 stage where there are four haploid cells
Created by: jchase1117