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Biology

Derek Staricha

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Mitosis What type of cell division results in two daughter cells?
Daughter Cells New cell that is formed when a cell undergoes cell division.
Mieosis What is the type of cell division that produces four gamete cells.
Chromatin What consists of protein RNA and DNA.
Chromatid Chromosomes that divide longitudinally.
Sister Chromatids One half of the duplicated chromosomes.
Chromosomes Threadlike structure found in the nucleus containing genetic material.
Homologous Chromosomes Chromosome pairs one from each parent.
Gene Holds characteristics of offspring.
Centrioles Involved in the development of spindle fibers.
Centromere Where to the microtubules of the spindles attach?
Centrosome Where the spindle fibers develop on cell division.
Aster Star shaped structure formed during the division of the nucleus in animal cells.
Spindle Fibers Is a protein structure that divides genetic material in a cell
Kinetichore Fiber Microtubules that connect kinetochores to spindle polar fibers.
Nucleolus What is the small spherical structure in the nucleus during interphase.
Nuclear Envelope Two layered membrane that encases the nucleus of a eukaryotic cell.
Interphase Phase that is the longest.
Prophase Phase that chromosomes become visible.
Metaphase Phase which the chromosomes line up and prepare for cell division.
Anaphase Phase which the doubled set of chromosomes separates into two identical groups.
Telophase Phase which chromosomes move to opposite ends of the cell.
Cytokinesis Stage that brings out the two daughter cells.
Karyotype Visual appearance of chromosomes.
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