HW ch. 2 and 3

HW ch. 2 and 3 - Hise, Taylor BIOL 2153-12 Homework Chapter...

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D d D DD Dd d Dd dd D D d Dd Dd d Dd Dd P p p Pp pp p Pp pp CB cB Cb cb CB cB Cb cb A a A a A A A A A a a a A A A a A A a a a a a a Hise, Taylor BIOL 2153-12 Homework Chapter 2 and 3 2.4, 2.5, 2.9, 2.10, 2.11, 2.12, 2.13, 2.15 2.4: Haploid: cells that have a single set of chromosomes, such as gametes Diploid: cells that carry 2 sets of identical chromosomes, such as zygotes and body cells 2.5: Prokaryotic chromosomes: circular, small, not bound by a membrane Eukaryotic chromosomes: linear, large, bound by a membrane, more complex due to presence of histones. 2.9 Prophase: (c) condensation of the chromosomes (b) disappearance of the nuclear membrane (d) Formation of the mitotic spindle Metaphase: (e) movement of chromosomes to the equatorial plane (i) attachment of microtubules to the kinetochore Anaphase: (f) movement of chromosomes to the poles (h) splitting of the centromere Teleophase: (g) decondensation of the chromosomes (a) Reformation of the nucleus 2.10 c) duplication of chromosomes f) migration of centromeres to positions on opposite sides of the nucleus a) condensation of the chromosomes e) attachment of microtubules to the kinetochores b) movement of chromosomes to the poles d) formation of the nuclear membrane 2.11 spermatogonial cell about to enter meiosis: 8 chromosomes
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