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Chromosomes and the Cell Cycle Chapter 10
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Prokaryotic Cells Contain circular DNA molecules
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Eukaryotic cells Have more DNA than prokaryotes This much DNA has to be finely packaged into nucleus accomplished by nucleosome units
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Fig 10-1: Chromosomes During cell division, chromatin fibers condense and become visible. Humans have ~25,000 functional genes that code for protein: informational units (blue eyes, wing length etc)
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Fig 10-2: Nucleosomes
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Fig 10-3: Scaffolding Proteins
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Fig 10-4: Chromosome Organization
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Fig 10-5: Eukaryotic Cell Cycle
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Fig 10-6 Interphase
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Centrosomes
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Fig 10-7: Chromosome duplicates: in S phase academic.brookl yn.cuny.edu/biol ogy/bio4fv/pag. ..
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M Phase (0.5h) Mitosis nuclear division Produces two (2n) nuclei identical to parent nucleus Cytokinesis cytoplasm divides two daughter cells produced
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Fig 10-6: Prophase
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Fig 10-9: Mitotic Spindle structure
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Fig 10-6: Prometaphase
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Fig 10-6: Metaphase
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Unformatted text preview: Fig 10-6: Anaphase academic.brookly n.cuny.edu/biolog y/bio4fv/pag. .. Fig 10-6: Telophase Fig 10-10: Cytokinesis Summary mac122.icu.ac.jp/gen-ed/cell-division.html healthinfoispower.wordpress.com/2008 /09/ Fig 10-12: Cyclins G1cdk prepares cell for G1 through S phase G1/S cdk Prepares cell for DNA replication S cdk Initiates replication M cdk promotes mitosis and increases anaphase-promoting complex; initiates anaphase by degrading cohesins and allowing chromatids to separate Fig 10-11: Prokaryotic Binary Fission Prokaryotes produce genetically identical progeny via a process called binary fission Otherwise known as asexual reproduction Comparable to a eukaryotic (somatic) cell undergoing mitosis Single parent produces offspring that have identical hereditary traits Meiosis (sexual reproduction) Genetic reassortment Haploid and reductive diploid...
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2010 for the course BIOLOGY Biology 10 taught by Professor D'arville during the Spring '10 term at Rutgers.

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Ch10 - Fig 10-6: Anaphase academic.brookly...

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