ch 13 b - 1/21/09 iClicker information Your clicker needs...

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1/21/09 1 iClicker information Your clicker needs to be registered ONCE a semester. So if you already registered your clicker for eg. chemistry, that registration will work with BioG 1102 too. Register your clicker with CIT (not on iclicker.com): links are posted on the Biog1102 website Write down your clicker number after purchase! The registration number of the clickers rubs off easily. If you bring your clicker to Mark Sarvary's office (1136 Comstock) during office hours (WF 1-2pm) he can get your registration number (takes 5-10 minutes). Clicker registration is not urgent. The clickers need to be registered FAQ Website Crossing over occurs during: A. Prophase 1 B. Metaphase 1 C. Prophase II D. Anaphase II E. Metaphase of mitosis Crossing over occurs during: A. Prophase 1 B. Metaphase 1 C. Prophase II D. Anaphase II E. Metaphase of mitosis * Chromosomes centromere is where the spindle attaches to pull the chromatids apart Mitotic cell cycle
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1/21/09 2 Mitosis Mitosis ht p:/ www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1ylUTbXyWU Meiosis overview Fig. 13.7 these cells are haploid; they have
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2009 for the course BIO G 1102 taught by Professor Walcott during the Spring '08 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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