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Lecture+13+practice+key - Lecture 13 Cell Division and...

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Lecture 13 Cell Division and Cancer Mitosis refers to division of the ____ nucleus ______ Cytokinesis refers to division of the ___ cell ______. If your cell wants to divide to form a perfect clone the process will be ___ mitosis _____. If your cell wants to split to form gametes, the process will be ___ meiosis _______, and will result in division of _____ homologous paires of chromosomes _______ _____________ . During interphase, DNA is in the condensed or decondensed form? During mitosis, ____ sister chromatids _______ ______________ divide. In G2 of interphase the nucleus is intact which means the __ nucleolus and nuclear envelope ____ and __________ are intact. The DNA was duplicated in S phase so in G2 it is condensed or decondensed ? In G2 _______ centrosomes _____ are duplicated. In prophase, the ______ centrosomes _____ move apart, the DNA condenses to form sister chromatids the _____ nucleolus _________ disappear, and the _______ mitotic spindle ______ ____________ begins to form. The centrosomes move apart because the __
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This note was uploaded on 07/27/2008 for the course BIO SCI 05115 taught by Professor Mcnulty during the Summer '08 term at UC Irvine.

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Lecture+13+practice+key - Lecture 13 Cell Division and...

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