Lecture+16 - Lecture 16: Karyotyping When Karyotypes are...

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Lecture 16: Karyotyping When Karyotypes are prepared, _______ blood cells are usually collected fixed and stained. To get a lot of cells in Mitosis, the cells are stimulated with _______ __________ to divide. Then the cells are arrested with colchicine a drug that blocks ____________________. The homologous chromosome pairs are lined up by _____ and __________ ___________. Banding is due to differential binding of the stain to the ____________ associated with the chromosome. Meiosis Meiosis is the process whereby ________________ are formed. This requires division of _____________ ________________ in germline cells. If meiosis is normal in mammals, this causes the cells to be (choose 1: diploid _haploid or polyploid). In Interphase of Meiosis I the chromosomes duplicate to form _________ __________. In Prophase I of Meiosis _________________ chromosomes are condensed into the _____________ complex, form a _____________ and ________________ occurs at the chiasmata. In Metaphase I of Meiosis
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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+16 - Lecture 16: Karyotyping When Karyotypes are...

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