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Click to edit Master subtitle style 8/31/10 Cell Reproduction Binary Fission, Mitosis & Meiosis
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8/31/10 Bacterial Reproduction: Plasmid DNA Circular in structure Vary in Size Replicate independent of Chromosomal DNA R-Plasmids: contain genes that help resist antibiotics and allow for evolution against modern medicine F-Plasmids: fertility; transmitted through sexual mating and make F-pili
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8/31/10 Bacterial Reproduction: Chromosomal DNA Circular, single DNA strand Bound to nucleoid region During cell division, replicates once After both types of DNA have been replicated, plasma membrane grows inward to facilitate cell division Daughter cells have a random number of plasmids and one replicate of chromosomal DNA
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8/31/10 Mitosis Process by which eukaryotic cells replicate their DNA into two identical copies and divide to form two identical cells. Occurs in 4 distinct phases: (although sometimes divided into 5) - Prophase - (Prometaphase)
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This note was uploaded on 08/31/2010 for the course BIO 49810 taught by Professor Satasivan during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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