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Cell Division Unit

Terms related to mitosis and meiosis - Chapters 10 and 11-4

TermDefinition
Chromatid 1/2 of a duplicated chromosome
Centromere Center of the chromosome
Spindle Attaches and separates sister chromatids
Mitosis Cell Division
Interphase Includes G1, S and G2 phases
Cell cycle Cell grows and divides into daughter cells
Homologous chromosomes Corresponding/paired chromosomes, one from each parent
Zygote Fertilized egg
Haploid Half the chromosomes
Gamete Sperm or egg cell
Meiosis Produces 4 different haploid gametes
Mitosis Produces 2 identical daughter cells
Fertilization When egg meets sperm
Tetrad Four chromatids formed during prophase I
Crossing Over Exchange of alleles
Autosomes Chromosomes #1-22, determine traits
Created by: Mrs.Benc