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Unformatted text preview: Meiosis (Chapter 10) Human Karyotype o Easily identify homologous pair of chromosomes Similar size Similar in shape (centromere position) Cant see genetic constitution of genetic content of chromosomes o 22 pairs of autosomes (not sex chromosomes) o 1 pair of sex chromosomes Not same size, shape and genetic content, but not homologous yh Mitosis o Prophase- one cell with duplicated chromosomes o Anaphase-sister chromatids move to the opposite poles o Daughter cells two cells with unduplicated chromosomes Sexual life cycle (fusion of gametes) o Two haploid gametes fuse o Diploid zygote Asexual Reproduction: a single parent splits, buds, or fragments to reproduce two or more individuals. Haploid cells o Each contain only one member of each homologous chromosome pairs Interphase meiosis I, Mid-prophase I Late prophase Premeiotic Interphase o Includes an S Phase o All chromosomes become duplicated chromosomes Stages of Meiosis o Meiosis I prophase I, Metaphase I, anaphase I, telephase I o Meiosis I I prophase I I, Metaphase I I, anaphase I I, telephase I I...
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