Cell division - Cell division 0. Asexual reproduction 0....

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Cell division 0. Asexual reproduction 0. The production of two identical daughter cells from a parent cell. 1. Mitosis 1. The replication and division of the nuclear material (chromosomes) 2. Cytokinesis 2. The division of the cytoplasm Meiosis 3. The reduction division of the nuclear material of the daughter cells. 4. The daughter cells have ½ the chromosome number of the parent cell. 5. Meiotic division is needed to maintain the chromosome number of the species Diploid 6. Diploid- cells that have 2 of each chromosome 7. Symbol is 2n 8. All cells but sex cells are diploid 9. Human cells 46 chromosomes 10. Or 23 pairs of chromosomes Haploid 11. Half the number of chromosomes 12. Only gametes/sex cells are haploid 13. Symbol is n. 14. The joining of two gametes returns the chromosome number to 2n.
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Cell life cycle 15.5 phases 16. Interphase 17. Prophase 18. Metaphase 19. Anaphase 20. Telophase 21. IPMAT- I passed my anatomy test 22.Interphase 3. Normal growth and metabolism 4. 3 parts 0. G1 1. S- replication of chromosomes 2. G2- cell prepares for division Chromosome duplication 23. When chromosomes duplicate,
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