mitosis and meiosis homework

Mitosis and meiosis - Only then can a male and female of this organism mate and produce viable offspring • How many different chromosomes does

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Due in class: 3-13-08 Name:______________________ Lab Section:_________________ Concept Check: Mitosis & Meiosis: I. Mitosis An organism has a total of six chromosomes in its diploid state. Show how one of this organism’s somatic cells would look after Interphase Show how mitosis would proceed in this organism’s cells starting with mitosis Briefly describe what is occurring at each phase II. Meiosis An organism has a total of 4 chromosomes in its diploid state. In order to produce its gametes it must produce a haploid number of these chromosomes.
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Unformatted text preview: Only then can a male and female of this organism mate and produce viable offspring. • How many different chromosomes does this organism have? • How many chromosomes do its gametes have? • Show how meiosis takes place in this organism by drawing each phase. o Start at Interphase o Briefly describe what is occurring at each phase. III. Mitosis vs. Meiosis List the overall differences between mitosis and meiosis...
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This note was uploaded on 05/22/2008 for the course BIO 183 taught by Professor Parks during the Spring '07 term at N.C. State.

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