Mitosis and Meiosis Notes 10

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Mitosis and Meiosis:  Two Types of Cell Division   Name:                                                             1.) The Cell Cycle The lifetime of a cell… It                                              . . .and                                                                 See an animation of the cell cycle at Cells Alive:  http://www.cellsalive.com/cell_cycle.htm   Control of the Cell Cycle: http://nobelprize.org/educational_games/medicine/2001/cellcycle.html   2.)  Cell division Cells arise from                                                                cells created during cell division Body cells are called                                     cells Sex cells,                                             , or egg and sperm are called                                                                 cells. 3.) In many multicellular organisms. . . Mitosis produces                                              cells and is used with                                                 cells for  replacement and growth.  These are clones. They have the                                                                  amount of chromosomes. Meiosis is for                                                     cells and produces gametes that are not identical and  have half of the chromosome numbers information as the parent cell. The 2 gametes will then  fuse at fertilization to get the required number of chromosomes. 4.) Daughter cells and parent cells Parent cells are the                                          cell Daughter cells are the                                                 of the division of the parent cell.
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5.) Mitosis    Mitosis is the process that our body uses to                                   and replace cells -- in that case, you 
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