Biol 101 5 February 2008

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Biol 101 5 February 2008 Cell respiration o Glycolysis Enzymes are in the cytoplasm NAD takes away H Substrate phosphorylation – direct production of ATP Make ready step – prepares for the Krebs Cycle Cell cycle aka Life of a Cell o Cell division Genetic (nuclear) information Duplicated Parceled to daughter cells o Division mechanisms Eukaryotic organisms Mitosis o Growth o Replacement o Asexual reproduction – no genetic change, more of the same kind, essentially a clone; sexual reproduction – a type of reproduction that results in a new genetic combination Meiosis Prokaryotic organisms Prokaryotic fission o Chromosomes Can have one chromosome unduplicated or one chromosome duplicated Divided: each side is a chromatid (two sister chromatids)
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Number Somatic cells (mitosis) o Generally diploid (2n) Not all cells produced by mitosis are diploid – there are places in moss and other plants where they are haploid
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2008 for the course BIOL 101 taught by Professor Hogan during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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