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Cell Division

Process of Cell Division; Cell Cycle; Reproduction

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chromosome The part of a nucleus that holds the genetic material.
DNA The genetic material found in all living cells. DNA has the information a living thing needs to grow, take care of itself, and to have offspring. Deoxyribonucleic acid.
cell cycle The order of events in the life of a cell. How a cell grows, takes care of itself, and divides.
cytokinesis The division of cytoplasm after mitosis.
interphase Part of the cell cycle. It's when a cell grows, takes care of itself, and gets ready to divide.
mitosis A phase in the cell cycle. It's when the nucleus of a cell divides.
asexual reproductoin How a single living thing makes a copy of itself that has the same genes.
binary fission One way a single living thing makes a copy of itself that has the same genes. Some one-celled organisms reproduce this way. The living thing copies its genetic material, splits in half, and makes two cells. Each cell is a copy of the original cell.
regeneration The way some cells make new tissue growth. The new growth takes place at the site of a wound or lost limb; also a form of asexual reproduction.
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