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Mitosis y Meiosis Profa. Glenda L. Agosto Robles BIOL 1010
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Mitosis Objetive
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Here are the most important take-home lessons to remember from this tutor session: • Multicellular organisms use cell division for growth, repair, and replacement. • The majority of the cell cycle is spent in interphase, when the cell is going about its usual work. If a signal to reproduce is received, then the cell duplicates its chromosomes during the S phase. • The duplicated chromosomes are separated during mitosis. • The result is two genetically identical daughter cells .
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Meiosis Objetive
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Meiosis • First, meiosis reduces the number of chromosomes from diploid to haploid, allowing for the production of gametes, • Second, meiosis I involves the steps of match them, lock them, and separate them.
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Back in the 19th century, Mendel investigated how individual genes were inherited. He noticed patterns of inheritance that he described in his two laws: The Law of Segregation and the Law of Independent
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