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bio chapter 10

cell cycle

QuestionAnswer
what part of a chromosome directs the production of rna and protiens gene segment
where do cells spend the most time in the cell cycle interphase
how many checkpoints does the cell cycle have three
name the three checkpoints o the cell cycle G1 G2 mitosis
what are the three reasons cells divide cell size cell matinence growth and repair
what is the purpouse/function of a centromere to hold to sister chromatids together until ready to divide
what stage happens before G1 cytokinesis
what is a chromatid strands of duplicated gene
correct sequence of cell cycle G1, S, G2, Mitosis, Cytokinisis
where does dna replication occur S phase
how many steps are in mitosis Four
name the steps of mitosis prophase metaphase anaphase telophase
what are the first three phases of cell cycle known as interphase
what phase are chromosomes lined up in the middle of the cell metaphase
what phase does a nuclear membrane form around dna telophase
what phase does the nuclear membrane disappear prophase
what phase do the sister chromosomes separate and are pulled to opposite poles anaphase
what is cell division controlled by in eukaryote cells proteins signals from surrounds cells and organs environmental changes
what happens to normal cells in the cell cycle that causes them to be cancer cells cells ignore checkpoints
when then cell is about to divide dna is packed into coiled structures called chromosomes
sequence of events that occurs from one cell division to the next cell cycle
what is happening in G1 cell grows and builds organelles
what happens in the S phase dna is copied
what happens in G2 cell grows and prepares to divide
what happens to the nucleus in mitosis forms daughter nuclei
how many daughter cells are made in mitosis Two
what happens in cytokinesis division of cytoplasm
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