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The Continuity of Life: Cellular Reproduction Chapter 11 0
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Understanding Cell Division What instructions are necessary for inheritance? How are those instructions duplicated for distribution into daughter cells? By what mechanisms are instructions perceled out to daughter cells? 0
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Reproduction Parents produce a new generation of cells or multi-celled individuals like themselves Parents must provide daughter cells with hereditary instructions, encoded in DNA, and enough metabolic machinery to start up their own operation 0
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The Cell Cycle and Cellular Reproduction Intracellular activities between one cell division to the next is the cell cycle Some activities involve growth (enlargement) of the cell Some activities involve duplication of genetic material and cellular division (reproduction) Some organisms reproduce asexually
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Division Mechanisms Prokaryotic organisms Prokaryotic fission Eukaryotic organisms Mitosis Meiosis 0
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Prokaryotic Division 0 Also called “binary fission” The single chromosome in bacteria makes the cell cycle less complex Steps 1. chromosome replicates 2. 3. 4. 5.
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Prokaryotic Division 0 1. chromosome replicates 2.chromosomes attach to membrane 3. 4. 5.
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Prokaryotic Division 0 1. chromosome replicates 2. chromosomes attach to membrane 3. membrane elongates 4. 5.
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Prokaryotic Division 0 1. chromosome replicates 2. chromosome attach to membrane 3. membrane elongates 4. membrane pinches inward 5.
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1. chromosome replicates 2. chromosome attach to membrane 3. membrane elongates 4. membrane pinches inward 5. new cell wall forms Prokaryotic Division 0
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Prokaryotic Division 0 1.
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This note was uploaded on 11/18/2010 for the course BIOL 1001 taught by Professor Minor during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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