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Chapter 2 Science

This is for my Modified Chapter 2 Science Test

QuestionAnswer
the number of chromosomes in each human egg or sperm 23
The Upright Parts of the DNA Ladder the steps
the number of chromosomes in cells after meiosis, compared to the original cell 23-46
when the sex of an individual is determined if the individuals sperm has X or Y chromosomes
where chromosomes are found The Nucleus
the exception to a cell in your body containing each type of chromosome In Asexual Reproduction
the difference between the X chromosome and the Y chromosomes X chromosomes are male, Y chromosomes are female
The Difference between meiosis and mitosis Mitosis results in two identical daughter cells, whereas meiosis results in four sex cells
Know what DNA stands for and know what A, G, C and T stand for in a DNA base sequence T= Thymine, G= Guanine, C= cytosine.
recombinant DNA technology DNA molecules formed by laboratory methods of genetic recombination to bring together genetic material from multiple sources
cell differentiation the process where a cell changes from one cell type to another
DNA in a cell is 10% of the bases are thymine, the number of cells that contain guanine 90%
Created by: Jalfo03