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mitosis the process by wich a cell produces 2 new newcli
cell division the dividing of a cell following mitosis
asexual reproduction reproduction by 1 parent
sexual reproduction reproduction by 2 parents
sex cell a type of cell produced only by an organism that reproduces sexually
meiosis the process by wich sex cells are formed
fertilization the joining of an egg cell and sperm cell during sexual reprodcution
zygote the first cell of an offspring formed when an egg cell and sperm cell join
DNA the molecule in each cell that directs the cells activities
gene a section of DNAon a chromosome that controls a trait
base one kind of moecule that makes up a DNA srand
Heredity the process b wich traits are passed from parents to offspring
inherit to recieve from ones mother or father
dominant gene a gene that prevents an expression of another gene
recessive gene a gene whose expression
purebred an organism with 2 dominant or ressive genesfor at rait
hybred an organism with 1 dominant gene and 1dominant gene for a trait
mutation a permanent change in DNA that occars when DNa coppies itself
mitosis the process by wich a cell produces 2 new newcli
cell division the dividing of a cell following mitosis
asexual reproduction reproduction by 1 parent
sexual reproduction reproduction by 2 parents
sex cell a type of cell produced only by an organism that reproduces sexually
meiosis the process by wich sex cells are formed
fertilization the joining of an egg cell and sperm cell during sexual reprodcution
zygote the first cell of an offspring formed when an egg cell and sperm cell join
DNA the molecule in each cell that directs the cells activities
gene a section of DNAon a chromosome that controls a trait
Created by: Katie Licurse