Cell Division WS - (18) line up on the (19) of the cell....

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Cell Division Worksheet New cells are formed as a result of cell division. While a cell is not dividing it is said to be in (1) . During this time the cell grows then prepares for cell division by duplicating its (2) . The DNA is in the form of (3) , which is (4) . Nuclear division is called (5) . There are four basic stages to nuclear division. They are (6) , (7) , (8) , and (9) . Prophase (“Pro” means (10) ) Nuclear (11) breaks down The chromatin (12) and (13) The (14) move to opposite poles of the cell and start to produce (15) fibers. The (16) of the chromosomes attach to the spindle fibers. Metaphase (“Meta” means (17) ) The
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Unformatted text preview: (18) line up on the (19) of the cell. • The (20) split so that the two chromatids are (21) . Anaphase (“Ana” means (22) ) • Each (23) moves to (24) poles. Telophase (“Telo” means (25) ) • The chromosomes get (26) and (27) again. • (28) fibers disappear. • The nuclear (29) reforms. Insert photo of the first phase of nuclear division. Insert photo of the second phase of nuclear division. Insert photo of the third phase of nuclear division. Insert photo of the fourth phase of nuclear division. Near the end of nuclear division the cytoplasm divides and this is called (30) ....
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2011 for the course SCI 101 taught by Professor Na during the Spring '10 term at Arizona Western College.

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