Cell Division Assignement St. John.pdf

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ANTH 100 Online/S. Black Fall 2017 1 Genetics Assignment Two: Cell Division: Mitosis and Meiosis Name: Due 11:59pm Monday, September 18, 2017 Directions: 1. You will be turning in this assignment on Canvas. If you have not done this before, please review the Assignment Tutorials on Canvas (Links to an external site.) 2. You can either turn the assignment via Online or as a file upload. 3. If you upload a file, please submit a doc, rtf or pdf file. (Unfortunately, I cannot open pages files.) 4. Type your answers directly into this word document 5. Once you have completed the assignment, please type the file name as follows: Your last name _ Cell Division Assignment 6. Use your lecture notes, textbook and other resources on Canvas to help you complete this assignment. Objectives: Define and understand the process of somatic cell production (mitosis) Define and understand the process of gamete production (meiosis) and how variability is introduced into the gene pool I. Cell Division: Mitosis Use the information from the lecture notes and video resources. Use the diagrams of the different stages of mitosis, write the number of the diagram in the left column of the table that corresponds to the correct stage of mitosis.
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