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mitosis modified

What takes place in the human body? mitosis
Body cells are also called _____________ somatic cells
This produces daughter cells that are identical to the parents mitosis
What is uncoiled Strands of DNA are called? chromatin
These are made of coiled chromatin and contain genes chromosomes
This is segments of DNA on a chromosome that codes for a certain trait? genes
One part of a duplicated chromosome chromatin
Attaches sister chromatic to each other centromere
Chromosome pairs that are similar in structure and contain information for the same genes homologous chromosomes
Each body cell has this many chromosomes 46
Cells that contain all homologous pairs of chromosomes are ________________ diploid
Chromosomes in the form of chromatin and organelles replicate interphase
Chromatin coils into chromosomes...each chromosome is now made up of 2 chromatids joined by centromere prophase
Nuclear membrane disappears prophase
Centrioles and spindle fibers form prophase
Chromosomes move to center of the cell metaphase
Chromosomes divide and chromatids separate anaphase
Chromatids are pulled to opposite sides by spindle fibers anaphase
Centrioles and spindle fibers disappear telophase
Chromatids unwind back into chromatin telophase
Nuclear membrane reforms telophase
Cytoplasm in parent cell divides/2 daughter are made cytokinesis
Created by: Big Bosz