Feb 16 Plant Growth and Sexual Reproduction Review

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Biol 1401 Plant Growth and Sexual Reproduction Review Feb 16 th , 2011  Ch. 11,12 1. Mitosis  is the cell division process involved in  plant growth Meiosis  is  the cell division process involved in  sexual reproduction . 2. Plant growth includes the increasing the length of the plant, and the  increasing in the girth of the plant. So other than shoot tip and root tip,  which tissue(s) inside of the stem also has (have) active mitosis cell  division?  3. What is the cell cycle? –   the leading to replication 4. What are the two phases of the cell cycle? – Interphase, and then  Mitosis   5. Define mitosis-   the process by which the cell divides and produces  two daughter cells from a single parent cell. 6. 7. Interphase is composed of three phases. What are they? – 1) G1 (gap 1)- which the cell grows and functions normally 2) Synthesis- the cell duplicates DNA
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