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STUDY GUIDE EXAM 3 spring 2011

STUDY GUIDE EXAM 3 spring 2011 - STUDY GUIDE EXAM#3 Spring...

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STUDY GUIDE EXAM #3 – Spring 2011 Chapter 12 – The Cell Cycle Know cell cycle phases: Interphase (G1, S, G2) and mitosis (prophase, prometaphase, metaphase, anaphase and telophase). Which is the shortest, Interphase or Mitosis? Terms: genome, chromatin, nuclear envelope, centromere, centrosome, kinetochore, spindle, replicated chromosome, sister chromatid, metaphase plate What happens in each phase of the cell cycle? What is cytokinesis? How is the cell cycle controlled? What is G0? What does the G1/S checkpoint check for? Be able to draw a pie chart showing the stages of the cell cycle and the order in which they occur as well as the location of checkpoints. Show the point in the cycle where the cell exits the cell cycle to enter the non-dividing state (G0). be able to draw a cell in metaphase and label sister chromatids, centrosome, kinetochore and spindle possible discussion question: How do cancer cells differ from normal cells with regard to cell cycle control? Chapter 13 – Meiosis and Sexual Life Cycles (handout) What are the two major kinds of reproduction and how do they differ from each other with regard to the offspring produced? Terms to know – gamete, zygote, chromosome, homologous chromosomes (also called homologs or homologous chromosome pairs) *haploid versus diploid* - several questions cover this concept (ex. If diploid number of
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