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Chapter 3

3.3 Cell Cycle

TermDefinition
Cell Cycle Set of events that occur between a cell dividing and the daughter cell division. (The life of a cell)
Apoptosis Programmed cell death. The cell kills itself or marks itself to be killed due to various reasons such as disease.
Interphase This stage is when the cell is not dividing and goes through daily routines and regular activities.
Three Stages of Interphase G1 Phase, S Phase, and G2 Phase
G1 Phase The cell doubles of number of organelles and performs regular activities.
S Phase (Synthesis Phase) DNA replications occurs as the cell prepares for cell division. (The cell makes a copy of its DNA)
G2 Phase The cell makes proteins that will help during cell division.
DNA Replication DNA is copied and new strands of DNA are made.
Transcription This is the first step of protein synthesis. mRNA is produced and acts as a template for protein production.
Transalation Ribosomes read the mRNA and produced amino acid sequences that can go on to make proteins or parts of proteins.
Created by: Mr.Klein