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Lecture 25 More Meiosis

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Are you interested in doing research but don't know how to get started? BIOLOGY 285 (000): Special Topics in Bio Introduction to Biology Laboratory Research: Skills, Culture, and Careers Instructor: Rachelle Spell, Tues 2:30-5:30 designed for freshman and sophomores (mostly) who lack significant prior research experience learn analytical skills while you carry out your own project only prerequisite is Bio141 Learnlink Dr. Rachelle Spell if you have any questions
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Last two opportunities before midterm to ask questions: 1) Today’s office hours (October 26th) will be held from 2:45-4:45pm. - Please note: Change in time is for TODAY’S office hours only. 2) Tomorrow (October 27th) evening Q&A period from 6-7pm will be held in our classroom (Old Dental, Room 230).
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Biol141 Foundations in Modern Biology Cellular Biology and Genetics Lecture 25 – Wednesday, October 26 th , 2011 Much more meiosis. Reading: Freeman, Emory 2 nd Ed. Chapter 12 pages 211-227.
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Learning objectives At the end of this lecture, you will be able to: 1) Draw the possible chromosomal combinations that result from the independent assortment of two pairs of chromosomes in gametes produced by Meiosis.
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There are two types of cell division : meiosis and mitosis.
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