Mitosis - identical sets. Phases of Mitosis: Prophase :...

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CELL CYCLE CELL REPRODUCTION: Eucaryotes Karyokinesis Cytokinesis KARYOKINESIS: Can occur by one of two different mechanisms **Mitosis: identical daughter cells **Meiosis: non-identical daughter cells Chromosome structure: DNA (genetic material) + proteins * During Interphase: * During cell division: A chromosome may consist of one (unreplicated) or two (replicated) molecules of DNA, which are identical to each other. chromatid centromere kinetochores ,
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MITOSIS: Mitosis is a process during which replicated chromosomes are going to be divided into two
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Unformatted text preview: identical sets. Phases of Mitosis: Prophase : Metaphase : Anaphase : Telophase : CYTOKINESIS: After the nucleus divides the rest of the cell (cytoplasm) must also divide in order to form two daughter cells. Plants : Cell Plate Formation Animals : Cleavage Furrow Formation Control of Cell Division Protein Kinases (enzyme at controls other proteins) Two components group of proteins (cyclins) cyclin dependent kinases (Cdk)...
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2011 for the course BIOL 1201 taught by Professor Wishtichusen during the Spring '07 term at LSU.

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Mitosis - identical sets. Phases of Mitosis: Prophase :...

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