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Chromosomes, Bacterial Note: Closed, Circular, Singular, and Haploid
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Binary Fission
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Chromosomes, Eukaryotic Prokaryotes are comparatively simple, with only one chromosome, so have a relatively easy time sorting daughter chromosomes to daughter cells Eukaryotes, with their longer DNA and multiple chromosomes, don’t have it nearly so easy Much of the complex “dance” of Mitosis is a consequence of the need to make sure that each daughter cell ends up with the same number and type of chromosomes as the parent
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Chromosomes, Eukaryotic chromatin DNA chromosome genome
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Some Vocabulary Centromere Centrosome Centriole Kinetochore Kinetochore microtubules Mitotic spindle Nonkinetochor microtubles Spindle apparatus Spindle fibers
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Some Vocabulary Centromere Centrosome Centriole Kinetochore Kinetochore microtubules Mitotic spindle Nonkinetochor microtubles Spindle apparatus Spindle fibers
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Some Vocabulary Centromere Centrosome Centriole Kinetochore Kinetochore microtubules Mitotic spindle Nonkinetochor microtubles Spindle apparatus Spindle fibers
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Some Vocabulary Centromere Centrosome Centriole Kinetochore Kinetochore microtubules Mitotic spindle Nonkinetochor microtubles Spindle apparatus Spindle fibers
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