CheckPoint-Mitosis and Meiosis-week#3-Gabrielle Jeffcoat

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CheckPoint-Mitosis and Meiosis-week#3-Gabrielle Jeffcoat CheckPoint: Mitosis and Meiosis due Day 4 in Individual Forum (IF) Resources: Ch. 5 of Bioinquiry and student companion Web site Review section 5.1 of Bioinquiry and the videos “Chromosomes,” “Chromosome Replication,” “Mitosis,” and “Meiosis” at http://higheredbcs.wiley.com/legacy/college/pruitt/0471473219/bioinquiries/c h05/bioinquiry_section_5_1.html Post a 200- to 300-word response explaining mitosis and meiosis are both important to a living organism. When would an organism need to undergo the process of mitosis and meiosis? What would happen if meiosis did not occur? Due: Day 4 posted in your individual forum. Mitosis is important process by where eukaryotic cell separates chromosomes in the cell nucleus into two similar pairs of two nuclei. Mitosis forms cellular reproduction with parents that divided and create two daughter cells that are the same. The gentric information of the parents is not combined in the daughter cells that make them asexual
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