lab3 - Assessment 1. Referring to the percentage of total...

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Assessment 1. Referring to the percentage of total cells counted in each phase of mitosis, determine which phase takes the longest for each cell to complete, and explain why. Sketch a pie graph of the percentage of cells in each phase to illustrate. Be sure to include a title and key for your graph. Interphase takes the longest to complete, not only does our data in tables one and two support this, but from our knowledge we know that that is the phase the cell takes the longest amount of time to go through because it is increasing in size and copying its DNA. 2. What is the relationship between the processes of mitosis and cytokinesis? Cytokinesis and mitosis are dependent on one another and they must both happen for the cell to properly divide. Mitosis is when the innards of the cell divide so both daughter cells are allotted the proper number of organisms. Cytokinesis is the division of the cell itself and the cytoplasm, which forms the daughter cells. Therefore, mitosis makes the daughter
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cells and cytokinesis divides them so they are their own entity. 3. Which of the following is significantly different between plant and animal cell mitosis? C. Cytokinesis
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2012 for the course SCI 2341 taught by Professor Yates during the Spring '11 term at Alabama.

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