Cell Division

Cell Division - Cell Division I The relationship between volume and surface area of the cell II Procaryotic(bacterial cell division III Chromosomal

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Jan 22, 2008 Cell Division I. The relationship between volume and surface area of the cell II. Procaryotic (bacterial) cell division III. Chromosomal morphology A. Chromatids B. Centromeres 1. Metacentric 2. Acrocentric (sub-metacentric) 3. Telocentric C. Secondary constrictions and satellites IV. The cell in interphase A. The nuclear membrane B. Chromosome structure in interphase 1. "beads on a string" 2. Nucleosomes a. DNA b. Histone proteins c. Non-histone proteins 3. Formation of the solenoid C. G1 D. S E. G2 V. Mitosis A. Prophase 1. Formation of chromosomes 2. Formation of the spindle B. Metaphase C. Anaphase D. Telophase VI. The concept of "ploidy" A. Haploid (N) B. Diploid (2N) C. Higher levels of ploidy VII. The concept of homologous pairs of chromosomes A. Reduction division with non-homologous pairs B. Reduction division with homologous pairs C. Rearrangement of genetic material in homologous pairs VIII. The process of meiosis A. Prophase I 1. Leptotene (very thin fine threads of DNA)
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Cell Division - Cell Division I The relationship between volume and surface area of the cell II Procaryotic(bacterial cell division III Chromosomal

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