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cell reproduction


mitosis a cell cycle when the nucleus divides
cell cycle the normal sequence of development and division
interphase the part of the cell cycle when the cell is not dividing
prophase chromosomes condense
metaphase chromosomes line up
anaphase chromosomes separate
telophase nuclei form
DNA a chemical that contains the information a cell needs to function
chromosomes the proteins that the DNA wraps around
chromatids what the compacted DNA becomes
cytokinesis when the cytoplasm is split apart in cell division
centromere the materials that hold together the chromatids
binary fission the process of asexual reproduction occurring in prokaryotes
budding a process in which an organism develops a tiny bud on its body and the bud breaks away when it is done growing
regeneration the process of new tissue growth using asexual reproduction
Created by: trees