CELL DIVISION

CELL DIVISION - CELL DIVISION Binary fissionprokaryotes...

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CELL DIVISION Binary fission°prokaryotes (bacteria) °Meiosis°division to produce gametes (sex cells)
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Cycle, Stages Eukaryotes °Interphase°G 1 °S°G 2 °Mitotic Phase (M) °Mitosis (prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase) °Cytokinesis
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Overview: 2n = two 2n Separate sister chromatids 2n (diploid) gives rise to 2n (diploid) and 2n (diploid
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Interphase Interphase °G 1 : first growth phase°cytosol increase ° organelle division, °S : synthesis°DNA replication °G 2 : second growth phase°microtubular assembly
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Mitotic Phase (M Mitotic Phase (M) °Mitosis : division of DNA (precise) prophase,°metaphase,°anaphase, °telophase °cytokinesis : division of cytoplasm (rough
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Comparison of Mitosis Animal°centrioles°astral rays°cleavage furrow Plant°no centrioles°no astral rays°cell plate
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course BIOL 1406 taught by Professor Markgarcia during the Fall '11 term at Collins.

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CELL DIVISION - CELL DIVISION Binary fissionprokaryotes...

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