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what is the regular pattern of growth, DNA duplication, and cell division that occurs in Eukaryotic cells ? cell cycle.
What are the four stages of interphase ? gap 1, synthesis, gap 2, and mitosis.
what is the division of the cell nucleus and its contents? Mitosis
what is the process that divides the cell cytoplasm? cytokinesis
what is the second stage of the interphase? synthesis
what is the third stage of the interphase? Gap 2
what is the first stage of the cell cycle ? Gap 1
what is , the fourth stage of the cell cycle, includes two processes: mitosis and cytokinesis ? Mitosis
Why is cell size limited ? If cells were too small, they could not contain all of the necessary organelles and molecules.
what is one long continuous thread of DNA that consists of numerous genes along with regulatory information? chromosome
what are your chromosomes is associated with a group of proteins called? histones
what is the “spaghetti” stage—the loose combination of DNA and proteins? chromatin
what is One half of a duplicated chromosome? chromatid
Sister chromatids are held together at the... centromere
what is the ends of DNA molecules form structures ? telomere
chromatin condenses into tightly coiled chromosomes? prophase
Created by: SararaNM