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Meiosis

Amoeba Sisters Video Recap of Meiosis Review

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How many TOTAL chromosomes are in each human body cell? 46
How many PAIRS of chromosomes are in each human body cell? *Human sperm cells and egg cells have this number of chromosomes.* 23
A copying process that produces cells with half the usual number of chromosomes. This process that contributes to genetic variety. Meiosis
This phase happens IN the beginning. This phase must occur before meiosis can happen. INterphase
What does PMAT stand for? Prophase --> Metaphase --> Anaphase --> Telophase
____________ is a reduction division. Meiosis
What chromosomes are approximately the SAME size with the SAME types of genes? Homologous chromosomes
What is it called when the homologous chromosomes transfer genes to each other? Crossing over
A) In Metaphase 1, chromosomes line up in the _______________. B) In Metaphase 2, chromosomes are lined up in a _____________. A) Middle B) Single file line
This occurs when chromosomes do not separate correctly. Nondisjunction
Created by: MrsGuy