BMS110 Chapter 18 Study Guide

BMS110 Chapter 18 Study Guide - BMS110 Section A/D/Z Fall...

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BMS110 Section A/D/Z Fall 2011 BMS110 Chapter 18 Study Guide 1. What are the six 6 C’s for cellular reproduction and explain each? a. Chromosome- a DNA molecule together with the proteins attached to it b. Centromere- the constructed area where sister chromatids attach to each other (Center of Chromosomes) c. Chromatid d. Chromatin- DNA and protein combined e. Centrosome-spindles extend from to connect to centromere f. Centrioles- 2 in each centrosome 2. How many chromosomes in Humans and how many pairs? a. 46 with two pairs of 23 chromosomes 3. What are homologous chromosomes? a. Paired corresponding chromosomes from each parent 4. What are autosomal chromosomes? a. Chromosomes other than sex chromosomes 5. What are the sex chromosomes? a. Chromosomes that determine a person’s biological sex 6. What does haploid and diploid refer to? a. Number of chromosomes in one full set b. Haploid 1N c. Diploid 2N 7. What is Karyotyping? a. Identifying the different chromosomes 8. What is the structure of chromosomes (chromatin, chromosome, chromatid, cetromere)? a. Chromatin-Everything b. Centromere- center where each sister chromatid connects c. Chromosome-count how many centromere’s there are 9. What is the cell cycle (2 parts and 4 stages)?
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2012 for the course BMS 110 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '11 term at Missouri State University-Springfield.

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