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fr, lnr 5*nu* S."tv* E Drr,,d €eh*J SECOND EXAM BIO SCI22OO - GENETICS FALL 201 1 I. Relate the following events, structures, molecules, etc. to one another and to the segregation of chromosomes into daughter cells in Mitosis and Meiosis. 1. Mitosis 2. Centromere 3. Sister chromatids 4. Spindle apparatus 5. Meiosis 6. Homologous chromosomes 7. Length of the chromosomes 8. Synaptonemalcomplex 9. Number of chromosomes in a cell 10. Chromosome condensation NOTE: Relate these items to chromosome segregation and to one another, briefly and succinctly in one or two coherent paragraphs. Be specific; don't use vague generalities. Identiff all relationships, not just the most obvious ones. Do not simply define each term and do not write a separate patagtaph about each item. (19) %,* p[*ee*]o{ *$ vly\fsgt dd rrf,'cle,{r 6i**rys,66 d# [email protected]*, b,a ati 1Q{0al c* r\a til y\rt"leuq ktNT fuu bn6,n, ik ,lrra;"^L (yvd**,. ,ykh {tf kn -t,r*+ i+e,4 €a /h fu,ry rzgrg-itz^ 5o rr-.L tt ,r "U /\rt* 6ak" * kae &ryr* 6> fo*4 da k*s *nlwmtc. Nt J^,g* oel{s- A nnrht( r lt dtdotd pde* 6ott pedc* e ch{dar^ Cll'!{ otrtq e6{ft1 &frilr* * gorafrk rin6r^**a^ . W 1U ,pe* att l\nd a 1 -lLe f,otgkr cdk ttvd qlra tve g ct*,'6*u $tler ake^^asonar de [email protected] r'dq|.lhFl wd 6,4n1alq") L, o L,,weovee, '{bs :*J&r. Gl,@$^e,l[d, StV L.rwck) 4 b5 or fffiff.ldo 6 Q*rqve %u,t w\c dwio,ttth,. rrrb hdr*l db.ru y4c( <J/W,r\sM de d{b,eJ tWfr k writde {_ +g dt t^, tte Sprd/.e qPF+q (r{rar,*i lr @}11cre.), U? 6r{fi +tR al4o4y,wr+ a,et \ 1 to^rrn ctedcirc"ry orq A*, fr *rde wrr frW A gtrc^ X flt"X*'fffi \ffi'W* o titcort * e*$e/f 1n lveiou! r #*n t0 6hrwt6ar 6rld Aadervgt ( ;** aS 6nfu br^rL W -lb*r bNA Wqr*tqd t^ ;l-6gs) +lp twrvtff,& CWry<o*g o{@- at{norJrd q +k g#atrt*raMd (swty'g*.
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