probset02 - Problem set 2, Fall, 2010 student name: 8...

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c B a A B C Problem set 2, Fall, 2010 student name: 8 points total 1. Diagram anaphase of mitosis for a diploid organism that contains 2 pairs  chromosomes – 1 long and 1 short.  2. Diagram metaphase of mitosis for a haploid organism that contains 2 chromosomes.  3. Mitosis resembles the second meiotic division. How are they similar? How do they differ? 1
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Problem set 2, Fall, 2010 student name: 8 points total 4. In studying a eukaryotic organism  L. cerbinae , recently discovered on an asteroid floating in space,  you find that it has a rather unusual meiosis. In  L. cerbinae , cells destined to undergo meiosis skip S- phase, and then undergo only the first meiotic division. Draw out prophase, metaphase, and anaphase of  meiosis, and the daughter cells produced by meiosis,  L. cerbinae  showing the chromosomes. Assume  L.  cerbinae  is diploid with three pairs of homologous chromosomes. What are the consequences of this  unusual type of meiosis? 2
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Problem set 2, Fall, 2010 student name: 8 points total 5.  A. This diploid cell goes through a normal mitotic cell cycle. Show metaphase of mitosis and the  daughters produced, including genes and chromosomes.
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This note was uploaded on 07/01/2011 for the course L 311 taught by Professor Forrester during the Fall '10 term at Indiana State University .

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