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cell reproductio


DNA a chemical that contains information for a cell's functions, genetic material
asexual reproduction when one organisim produces one or more offspring that are genitally the same as the parent cell
Bianary fission when a organisim splits in two and creates two and creates two identical organisims.
budding an organisim develops a bud, where the buds grow off the parent and have exactally the same DNA and when the bud breaks off the parent cell
regeneration when an organisim regrows a lost bodypart.
prophase the DNA condenses and the nucleus membrane dissolves.
metaphase the chromosomes line up in the center
anaphase chromosomes are split in two
telophase the cell forms a seperate part and two nuclei form. the cell membrane pinches off to form two new cells.
cell cycle the normal sequence of development of cells
double helix the shape af DNA, like a twisted ladder.
chromosomes DNA wrapped around proteins, compacted into structures called chromosomes.
sexual reprodution when to reproduce you need 2 parent cells
cell division unicellular organisims reproduce using it, multicellular organisims use it for growth and repair.
centrioles in an animal cell, a two-part rod-shaped structure with the parts lying st right
Created by: spebla