LAB 3 - LAB 3 NOTE: These labs are known for high failure...

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LAB 3 NOTE: These labs are known for high failure rates. Therefore, if I show an example using data, a graph, etc… yours may be totally different depending upon mine and yours success with the lab. So don’t freak if your data is completely different from mine. And therefore the analysis of results sometimes may need to be answered differently since you base your analysis off your data and not mine. DISCLAMIER: DO NOT CHEAT! Analysis Questions 1. Explain how mitosis leads to two daughter cells, each of which is diploid and genetically identical to the original cell. What activities are going on in the cell during interphase? During interphase, the first step in the process of mitosis, the chromosomes undergo synthesis and make an identical copy of themselves. These copies are fused together by the centromere and are called sister chromatids. During mitosis, the centromere is also replicated. Immediately after this occurs, the two copies split. Then, the cell splits into two daughter cells. Each cell now has an identical copy of the original cell’s chromosomes. 2. How does mitosis differ in plant and animal calls? How does plant mitosis accommodate a rigid, inflexible cell wall? In animal cells, during telophase a cleavage furrow forms. In plants this does not occur
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This note was uploaded on 08/23/2010 for the course CS 1371 taught by Professor Stallworth during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Tech.

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LAB 3 - LAB 3 NOTE: These labs are known for high failure...

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