43. 1102 Meiosis 09 - Meiosis When meiosis is complete...

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Meiosis When meiosis is complete there are 4 cells. Each of them is: A. Haploid and genetically identical to the parent cell B. Haploid and genetically different from the parent cell C. Diploid and genetically identical to the parent cell D. Diploid and genetically different from the parent cell E. A is correct for plants, B is correct for animals When meiosis is complete there are 4 cells. Each of them is: A. Haploid and genetically identical to the parent cell B. Haploid and genetically different from the parent cell * C. Diploid and genetically identical to the parent cell D. Diploid and genetically different from the parent cell E. A is correct for plants, B is correct for animals Chromosomes centromere is where the spindle attaches to pull the chromatids apart Mitotic cell cycle Mitosis
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Mitosis http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1ylUTbXyWU Meiosis overview Fig. 13.7 these cells are haploid; they are non-identical these cells are haploid meiosis I daughter cells are not identical mitosis: daughter cells are identical
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This note was uploaded on 03/13/2010 for the course BIOG 1102 taught by Professor Robertturgeo during the Spring '10 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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43. 1102 Meiosis 09 - Meiosis When meiosis is complete...

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