worksheet 1 - chromosomes (molecules of DNA) would there be...

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Worksheet 1 – 9 points Useful diagrams 1. Define the following terms (1/2 point each): Genome: Somatic Cell: Germinal Cell: Haploid number: Page 34 1 molecule of DNA 1 molecule organized into 1 chromosome 1 molecule of DNA = 1 chromosome 2 molecules of DNA 1 replicated chromosome page 3 page 179
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Diploid number: Sister chromatid: 2. During which stage of mitosis do replicated chromosomes line up along an equatorial plate? 3. During which stage of mitosis do sister chromatids separate? 4. If a cell has a diploid number of 20 (i.e. 2n = 20), how many
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Unformatted text preview: chromosomes (molecules of DNA) would there be in the nucleus when the cell is not dividing? 5. If the cell has a diploid number of 20 how many chromosomes would be in the cell during Metaphase? At the end of Anaphase? 6. If the cell is 2n = 20 How many chromatid s would be in the cell during Metaphase? At the end of Anaphase? 7. If there are 50 chromatids in a cell during metaphase, what is the diploid number of that cell?...
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