Glossary of Cell Cycle: Mitosis and Interphase
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- After chromosomes are replicated mitosis distributes one chromosome copy to
- Each daughter cell
- Mitosis and Cytokenisis produce
- two genetically identical daughter cells, which are also identical to the parent cell.
- Meiosis produces
- Two genetically differernt haploid gametes.
- Mitosis is the basis of
- Asexual reproduction
- Mitosis occurs in
- somatic cells
- Each chromosome has _____ molucule of DNA
- Cell Division
- New cells arise through the division of pre-existing cells
- a division of the genetic material that produces daughter cells that are genetically identical to the parent cell
- The division of the cytoplasm into the two daughter cells
- Walther Fleming observed
- Threads that are only observable during mitosis. Later known to be chromosomes.
- copying of the hereditary material in chromosomes
- What are the twio key events in the cell cycle
- replication and the partinioning of the chromosomes to each daughter cell
- Early psychologist believed that DNA Replication happened in the
- M Phase
- What two technical innovations allowed for testing for when replication occured?
- Culturing of eukaryotic cells and the availability of radioactivly labeled deoxyribonucleotides.
- The cell division hypothesis was confirmed by
- the microscopic observation of early development of embyros.
- True or False: The number of chromosomes remains constant division after division
- While looking for DNA synthysis, scientists found that their were two gap phases. What kind of experiment was being used when this was discovered?
- Are tumor suppressors in unicellular orginisms? Why or why not?
- No, because they are not attached to eachother in a multicellular organism and therefore cannot form a tumor.
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