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Bio Cell Division - Chapter 8 Notes 8.1 The Basics of Cell...

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Chapter 8 Notes 8.1 The Basics of Cell Division • Cell division is involved in many diverse processes: Growth of a baby Development of a plant Healing of a wound — Reproduction. ..sex • In your body, up to 25 million cell divisions are completed each second!!! 8.3 Mitosis and Cytokinesis • Cell division consists of two parts: 1. Mitosis — The equal division of the cell's genome (DNA) 2. Cytokinesis — The division of the cytoplasm, membranes, and other organelles The Basics of Cell Division • When a cell divides, each daughter cell must receive a complete genome • Prior to cell division, a cell's DNA is duplicated, DNA replication • During cell division, this DNA is segregated equally into the two daughter cells —Each cell receives a complete genome Chromosome duplication • The entire genome must be duplicated before cell division • In prokaryotic cells (i.e. bacteria), the genome is single circular DNA molecule, but in eukaryotic cells (i.e. us), the genome divided among multiple
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