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Meiosis and producing genetically diverse Meiosis and producing genetically diverse offspring offspring Bonus #1 and #2 are posted Bonus #1 and #2 are posted
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Protein CB 17.3
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For life to exist, the information (genes) must be passed on. {Mitosis: producing more cells} {Meiosis: producing gametes} CB 13.5
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Mitosis: A DNA Perspective CB 12.4
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Mitosis plays a role in: Growth and Development Repair and Turnover of Cells Reproduction Asexual
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The Cell Cycle CB 12.5
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start of mitosis CB 12.6
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For life to exist, the information (genes) must be passed on. {Mitosis: producing more cells} {Meiosis: producing gametes} CB 13.5
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extremely low genetic diversity greater genetic diversity vs. Asexaul Reproduction Sexaul Reproduction How does sexual reproduction generate genetic diversity?
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QuickTime and a Graphics decompressor are needed to see this picture. Gene for blue eye pigment Gene for brown hair pigment Gene for growth hormone Haploid chromosomes QuickTime and a Graphics decompressor are needed to see this picture.
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