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JMO ch 3 terms

interphase longer phase
G1 stage rapid growth and replication of organelles
G2 stage cell division begins (after copies have been made)
S stage copying of DNA
sisterchromotid copy that is being made in G1 and S stages
centromere connects cromatids
mitotic phase shorter phas
cytokinesis organelles divide
mitosis nucleus divides
daughter cells 2 new cells made
furrow only in animals - starts to separate cell
cell plate only in plants - starts to separate cell
cell organization cells/tissues/organs
tissues groups of cells
organs groups of tissue
organ systems groups of organs
asexual reproduction reproduction without meosis and fertilization
fission division that forms 2 identical cells
budding new cells grow on body of parent
regeneration offspring grows from a piece of parent
vegetative reproduction offspring grow from part of parent plant
cloning forms 2 identical organisms
Created by: moertel