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Mrs. Strouse Cells


Endocytosis Part one The Cell comes in contact with the particle.
Endosytosis Part Two The cell membrane begins to wrap around the particle.
Endosytosis part three Once the particle is completely surrounded the vesicles pinch off.
Exocytosis part one Large particles that leave the cell are packaged in the vesicle.
Life cycle Life cycle of a cell. Begins when a cell is formed and ends when it divides.
Binary Fission Bacteria forming new cells by splitting in two.
How do new prokaryotic cells form? Splitting in two or binary fission.
Making more eukaryotic cells stage one Cell grows copying organelles and chromosomes.
Chromosomes are made of____. DNA
After the chromosome is copied the two pieces are called_____. Chromotids
Exocytosis part two The vescle travels to the open membrane.
Exocytosis part three Cell releases particle.
Two chromotids are connected by a______. Centromere
Making Eukaryotic cells part two The chromotids seperate called mitosis. Mitosis ensures that each new copy of the cell recieves a copy of each chromosome.
Making Eukaryotic cells part three The cell divides and produces two identical cells.
mitosis Phase one nuclear membrane breaks apart.the two centrioles move to opposite sides of the cell and fibers form between them.
Mitosis phase two The chromosomes line up along the equater of the cell.
Mitosis phase three The chromotids seperate and are pulled to opposite sides of the cell by the fibers.
Mitosis phase four The nuclear membrane forms around the 2 sets of chromosomes.
Created by: WIllywonka