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CHAPTER 8: CELL REPRODUCTION The Legacy of Henrietta Lacks 8.1 CELL DIVISION HOW DO CELLS DIVIDE? WHAT DID EARLY BIOLOGISTS DISCOVER ABOUT CHROMOSOMES? 8.2 HOW DOES A DIVIDING CELL ENSURE THAT EACH DAUGHTER CELL RECEIVES AN EXACT COPY OF THE PARENT CELL’S DNA? HOW DO PROKARYOTIC CELLS DIVIDE? HOW DO EUKARYOTIC CELLS DIVIDE? 8.3 HOW DOES MITOSIS DISTRIBUTE ONE COPY OF EACH CHROMOSOME TO EACH DAUGHTER CELL? MITOSIS IS A CONTINUOUS PROCESS, BUT BIOLOGISTS DISTINGUISH 4 PHASES During Prophase, Chromosomes Condense and the Mitotic Spindle Forms During Metaphase, Chromosomes Align
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Unformatted text preview: During Anaphase, Chromatids Separate During Telophase, the Mitotic Apparatus Disappears WHAT PROPELS THE CHROMOSOMES DURING MITOSIS? 8.4 HOW DOES A CELL FIT ALL ITS DNA INTO A NUCLEUS? HOW DOES THE DNA FOLD UP? HOW DO DNA, HISTONES, & OTHER PROTEINS FORM COMPACT STRUCTURES? 8.5 HOW DOES A CELL DIVIDE ITS CYTOPLASM? 8.6 HOW DOES A CELL REGULATE PASSAGE THROUGH THE CELL CYCLE? HOW DO NORMAL CELLS DETERMINE WHEN TO STOP DIVIDING? HOW DO NORMAL CELLS DETERMINE WHEN IT IS TIME TO DIVIDE? WHAT TRIGGERS THE MAIN EVENTS OF MITOSIS?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course BIOL BC1001 taught by Professor Shepard during the Fall '06 term at Columbia.

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