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Reproduction in Cell

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Reproduction? When organisms pass on their genetic information to their offspring
Cellular Reproduction When cells divide to produce new cells
Prokaryotic Cells -Cells divides in a simple process called "binary fission"
Eukaryotic Cells -Cell divides in a more complex process called "Mitosis"
Mitosis This is the process where the cells does the steps that allows it to divide into 2 identical calls
Pro phase chromatin condenses into chromosomes
Meta phase Chromosomes allighn in the middle spindle fibers attach to centromere
Anaphase Chromatids separate when spindle fibers shorten
Telephase (chromosomes becomes chromatin)A nuclear memebrane form on sides of the chromatid
Haploid A cell that has only 1 of each chromosome
Diploid A cell that has 2 of each chromosomes
Created by: friedtunafish