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Unformatted text preview: Phases of cell cycle o Interpase G1 Basic cell growth / function S Chromosome, Centrioles duplicate G2 Proteins ( enzymes ) synthesized for mitosis o Mitosis Prophase Chromosones condense Spindle fibers produced Nuclear membrane breaks down Prometaphase Chromosomes move to the equator Spindle fibers attach to centromere Metaphase Chromosones line up at the equator Anaphase Chromosones are separated into sister chromotids Telophase Two new daughter cells form Cytokinesis Differences between mitosis and meiosis o Mitosis 46 chromosomes ( diploid ) Clones ( body cells ) o Meiosis 23 chromosomes ( haploid ) Genetically different Gametes Structure of a chromosome Cytokinesis in plant and animal cells o Plant Cell plate forms cell wall from golgi No centrioles o Animal Have centrioles Cleavage furrow from cytoskeleton Nucleotide bases of DNA and RNA purines & pyrimidines o DNA Adenine Thymine...
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