Lab Three

Lab Three - Lab Three Lindle 1 Mitosis and Meiosis Tables:...

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Lab Three Lindle 1 Mitosis and Meiosis Tables: 3.1 Number of Cells Percent of Total Cells Counted Time in Each Stage (Min) Field 1 Field 2 Field 3 Total Interphase 35 45 30 110 50.7% 730.1 Prophase 30 35 26 91 41.9% 603.4 Metaphase 2 3 1 5 2.3% 33.1 Anaphase 2 3 1 6 2.8% 40.3 Telophase 1 2 2 5 2.3% 33.1 Total Cells Counted 217 3.2 Mitosis Meiosis Chromosome Number of Parent Cells 2n 2n Number of DNA Replications 1 1 Number of Divisions 1 2 Number of Daughter Cells Produced 2 4 Chromosome Number of Daughter Cells 2n n Purpose/Function Mitosis makes identical daughter cells which in turn contributes to growth and restoration Meiosis produces daughter cells that are not identical specifically for re- producing. It also creates genetic di- versity. 3.3 Number of 4:4 Number of Asci Showing Cros- sover Total Asci %Asci Showing Crossover Di- vided by 2 Gene to Centromere Dis- tance (Map Units) 62 98 160 61% 61 Questions:
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Lab Three Lindle 2 3A.1: 1. Mitosis is able to create two daughter cells that are both diploid and genetically identical be- cause the DNA is replicated during the S phase of interphase. Then when the DNA splits in anaphase it will split evenly and produce two sections of DNA that are each identical to the original set before the DNA was synthesized, and each other. During interphase the cell per-
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