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Mitosis/Meiosis

Stomatic Cells body cells 2 daughter cells with same amount as the parent
Gametes sex cells egg sperm tetrad - 4 daughter cells with same amount of genetic material
Autosomes 1-22 everything but sex chromosomes
Homologous have same
Sex x and y determine sex (xx) girl (xy)
Diploid has 2 copies of every chromosome the zygote
Haploid half of number of chromosome separate strands of chromosome
Mitosis produces genetically identical cells happens through whole life diploid cells asexual reproduction
Meiosis produces unique cells only certain times haploid cells sexual reproduction crossing over occurs during prophase 1
Genetic Diversity recessive - hidden dominant - showing
Fertilization since the sperm and eggs have diffrent DNA they are genetically diverse
Crossing Over when chromosomes exchange DNA reason you dont look 100% like your siblings
Alleles genetic information shared between 2 chromosomes while crossing over
Mitochondria helps sperm and flagellum
Created by: rahila2