miotic index lab

miotic index lab - 3. Categorizing 50 onion root tip cells...

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3. Categorizing 50 onion root tip cells from 15 groups for a total of 750 cells into various phases shows how much of its cycle the cell remains in each phase. The majority of the cells were in interphase (55%) in preparation for mitosis. Then in descending order; prophase (21%), metaphase (9%), anaphase (8%), and telophase (7%). 4. A mitotic index indicates the number of cells undergoing mitosis in an allotted time. This ratio is use to estimate the rate of cell division. This is an effective method of determining the speed at which the cancerous cells are dividing. Knowing how fast the cancer is advancing is vital information when selecting a treatment. 5. No, I do not think the class result and my own results are very reliable because 6. Categorizing 50 onion root tip cells from 15 groups for a total of 750 cells into various phases showed how much of its cycle the cell remains in each phase. The majority of the cells were in interphase (55%) in preparation for mitosis. Then in descending order;
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