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Cell Reproduction1

Cell Reproduction1 - Cell Reproduction Cell Prokaryotes...

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Cell Reproduction Cell Reproduction Prokaryotes Bacteria Eukaryotes Plants & animals copyright cmassengale
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Prokaryotes Prokaryotes Lack a nucleus Have a single chromosome Reproduce by binary fission Include bacteria copyright cmassengale
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Steps in Binary Fission Steps in Binary Fission Used by bacteria Cells increase their cell mass slightly DNA & cell components are replicated Each cell divides into 2 daughter cells copyright cmassengale
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Binary Fission of Bacterial Binary Fission of Bacterial Cell Cell copyright cmassengale
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E. Coli Dividing by Binary E. Coli Dividing by Binary Fission Fission copyright cmassengale
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Eukaryotes Eukaryotes Contain a nucleus & membrane bound organelles Asexually reproduce cells by mitosis copyright cmassengale
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Cell Cycle Cell Cycle Stages in growth & division G1 Phase S Phase G2 Phase M Phase Cytokinesis copyright cmassengale
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G1 Phase G1 Phase First growth stage Cell increases in size Cell prepares to copy its DNA copyright cmassengale
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