mitosis - 2. Checkpoints include making sure the cell is...

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Matthew Fredericks Mario Parenti Brian Matthy James VanDerbeek M 10-11:50 2-11-08 Interphase Prophase Metaphase Anaphase Telophase
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Three Differences: The normal cells have smoother edges than the abnormal PAP which appear rough. The abnormal PAP has more cell growth than the normal PAP. In the normal PAP, the nuclei are uniformed where the abnormal PAP nuclei are not. Normal PAP Abnormal PAP
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Unformatted text preview: 2. Checkpoints include making sure the cell is big enough, that there is no damage to the genetic material, all genetic material is duplicated. It also checks if the DNA is intact and if the chromosomes are attached to the spindles. 3. It helped explain the process in a simpler and more creative way. 4. Growth, damage repair, and cell replacement....
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