Unit 3 Study Guide - Exam III Study Guide BIO 115 Fall 2010...

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Exam III Study Guide BIO 115, Fall 2010 This is a compilation of terms and concepts presented in lecture. You should be able to relate these to definitions, concepts, examples, etc. in your notes. This is not meant to give you a summary of everything that might be on the exam, rather its purpose is to jog your memory and use as a study guide. Use the study guide in tandem with your Learning Objectives (on “I” drive and in synapse). IF CHANGES ARE MADE TO THE STUDY GUIDE, DELETIONS WILL BE INDICATED BY STRIKE-THROUGH FONT AND ADDITIONS WILL BE IN RED . Terms and Concepts: Genes, alleles Cell cycle G1, S, G2, Mitosis, Cytokinesis Homologous chromosomes, sister chromatid, Centromere Interphase, Prophase, Prometaphase Metaphase, Telophase Centrosome, Aster, Spindle, Kinetochore, Kinetochore microtubles, Non-KMT Animal vs. plant cytokinesis Binary fission Functions of mitosis Asexual vs. sexual reproduction Gametes, Fertilization, zygote Somatic and sex cells- Diploid, Haploid Meiosis, Meiosis I and II
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