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Cell Division

Chapter 10 Cell Division

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Period of growth between cell divisions; made up of G1, S, & G2; most of the cell's life is spent in this phase. Interphase
Nuclear envelope reforms around each cluster of chromosomes; nucleolus becomes visible in each daugher nucleus. Telophase
Chromosomes thicken and become visible in the nucleus. Prophase
Chromosomes split apart and move to opposite ends of the cell; pulled by spindle fibers. Anaphase
Cytoplasm and organelles divide between 2 daughter cells. Cytokinesis
Chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell. Metaphase
In which phase of the cell cycle are chromosomes not visible? Prophase
One difference between plant and animal cells is that animal cells form a cleavage furrow during cytokinesis but plant cells from a Cell plate
_________________ cells do not respond to the normal signals that control when a cell is supposed to divide. Cancer
_________________ are proteins that control the timing of the cell cycle in eukaryotic cells. Cyclins
Mitosis is division of the cell's ____________ Nucleus
What does "I" stand for in IPMATC? Interphase
What does "P" stand for in IPMATC? Prophase
What does "M" stand for in IPMATC? Metaphase
What does "A" stand for in IPMATC? Anaphase
What does "T" stand for in IPMATC? Telophase
What does "C" stand for in IPMATC? Cytokinesis
Name the structure that is usually near the center of a chromosome to which the spindle fiber attaches during mitosis. Centromere
Single celled organisms go through _______________ reproduction, which causes the offspring to look exactly the same as the parent. Asexual
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