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cell division occurs where constantly in all ,giving organisms
Where are genes are stored chromosomes
If a cell doesn't move then it will die
What is the first process in cell division interphase
what occurs in the interphase genes are copied
What is the second process prophase
what occurs in the prophase the chromosomes coil and the sister chromatids become obvious
What id the third process metaphase
what occurs in the metaphase chromosomes align by the centromeres across the middle of the spindle
What is the 4th process anaphase
what occurs in the anaphase the daughter chromosomes move to opposite ends of the spindle
what is the 5th process telophase
what occurs in the telophase sister chromatids reach the ends of the spindle and the nucleus re-forms
what id the 6th process cytokinesis
what occurs the cytokinesis division of cytoplasm
budding the nucleus divides into two new nuclei
regeneration regrowing missing body parts
spores spores are created and each can grow into a new organism
what is the difference of sexual and asexual reproduction genetically unique and genetically identical
what do sexual and asexual reproduction have in common produce
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