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September 13- ch11 - September 13, 2007 Chapter 11 Cellular...

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September 13, 2007 Chapter 11 Cellular Reproduction Intracellular activity between one cell division is the next cell cycle o Some is growth o Some is replicating DNA Multicellular organisms grow by asexual reproduction Cell cycle in prokaryotic cell cycle Long growth phase Eukaryotic cell cycle More complex than prokaryotes Progression through cell cycle in multicelluar organisms is variable Eukaryotic cell cycle divided in two phases Interphase Acquisition of nutrients, growth, chromosome duplication Cell division One copy of every chromosomes and half of cytoplasm and organelles parceled out into two daughter cells Most time in Interphase Two types of cell division Mitosis Meiosis Mitosis Mechanism of asexual reproduction in eukaryotic cells Used in the reproduction of unicellular cells Meiosis Occurs in animal ovaries and testes Two divisional steps produce four “daughter” cells that can becomes gametes Each pair is genetically different Have half the genetic material of the parent cell
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