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Why does a cell cycle have a regular pattern of cell and growth? The four main stages make up interphase.
Why does Gap 1 carry out normal functions? The skeletal muscle cell contracts to move joints.
What does Synthesis mean? "The combining of parts to make a whole"
Which stage is Mitosis? The fourth stage.
What does cytokinesis result to? The result is two daughter cells that are genetically identical to the original cell.
What's the approximate life span for a skin cell? Their life span is 2 weeks.
Why do cells have a size limit? If cells were too small, then they could not maintain all of the necessary nutrients, proteins,and organelles.
Why do some cells have to be large? To maintain their growth and division.
How many chromosomes does our body have? Our body has a total of 46 chromosomes.
Why do chromosomes duplicate during Mitosis? They must condense in order to be divided between two nuclei.
Why do telomeres repeat nucleotides that do not form genes? They prevent the ends of chromosomes from attaching to each other.
Why does a cells nucleus divide into two genetically nuclei? The body cell has to form.
What are histones? Histones are a group of proteins
What are chromosomes? A chromosome is a long thread of DNA that consists of numerous genes.
What is Telephase? Telephase is a nuclear membrane that starts to form and chromosome uncoil.
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