Mitosis and Meiosis Lab Worksheet (2).pdf - Mitosis and Meiosis Virtual Lab Log onto How do cells Reproduce to learn about mitosis and identify the

Mitosis and Meiosis Lab Worksheet (2).pdf - Mitosis and...

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Mitosis and Meiosis Virtual Lab Log onto How do cells Reproduce? to learn about mitosis and identify the different stages in cells. Using the website, answer the questions below. Some of the questions include drawing the stages of mitosis, screen shots are also acceptable. Make sure you include a WRITTEN description of the stages. Mitosis Lab (How do cells reproduce?) Using this lab, you will learn how to identify the different stages of mitosis and cytokinesis in an onion root tip and an animal cell. Read the Introduction to the Lab. Then click on Begin Assignment and follow the directions for Part 1 to examine the cells in the onion root tip. 1. What differences can you see when you compare the nucleus of a dividing cell with that of a non-dividing cell? The difference between them is that in the dividing cells the chromosomes are more clear and a lot more visible than the non divided cells. Click on Part 3 Click to begin . Identify at least one cell in each of the stages of division (follow directions). 2. Draw out each stage of the mitotic process in plant cells. Label each of the stages and place them in order. Include a short, concise, written description of what is occurring in each stage (using words and descriptions such as during 1. INTERPHASE 2. PROPHASE 3. PROMETAPHASE 4. METAPHASE 5. ANAPHASE 6. TELOPHASE
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3.prophase, the nuclear envelope is broken down). 1. Interphase- Chromosomes are like long DNAs. They kind of are just there in a sense floating. This is the step to prepare for prophase. 2. Prophase- In this stage, the nuclear membrane starts to dissolve. Duplicated chromosomes begin to show up and become more visible, and the mitotic spindle starts to form in this stage.
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