Identify the phases of mitosis
1. Anaphase I 2. Telophase II 3. Prophase I 4. Metaphase I 5. Metaphase II 6. Telophase I 7. Prophase II 8. Telophase II\ Cytokinesis II On each of the images, label the phase of meiosis and cytokinesis.
1. Anaphase II 2. Cytokinesis I 3. Metaphase I 4. Telophase II 5. Telophase I 6. Cytokinesis II 7. Metaphase II 8. Prophase 1 8. Prophase II 9. Anaphase I
Fill in the blank: 1. A cell with a diploid number of 20 undergoes meiosis. This will produce 4 daughter cells, each with 10 chromosomes. 2. Crossing over occurs during this phase: Prophase I 3. Homologue pairs line up along the equator during this phase: Metaphase I 4. At the end of meiosis I, ________daughter cells are created. Are the daughter cells diploid OR haploid (circle one) Two; Diploid 5. Meiosis creates what type of cell diploid OR haploid (circle one) Haploid Use the following: interphase, prophase I, metaphase I, anaphase I, telophase, prophase II, metaphase II, anaphase II, telophase II, cytokiniesis 6. Homologous chromosomes line up in the center of the cell: Metaphase I 7. Spindle fibers pull homologous pairs to ends of the cell: Anaphase I 8. 4 haploid(N) daughter cells form: Telophase II 9. Cells undergo a round of DNA replication: Interphase 10. Sister chromatids separate from each other: Anaphase II 11. 2 diploid (2N) daughter cells form: Telophase I 12. Spindle fibers attach to the homologous chromosome pairs: Prophase I 13. Individual chromatids move to each end of the cell: Anaphase II 14. Crossing over over(if any) occurs: Prophase I Mitosis vs. Meiosis 1. Complete the concept map comparing mitosis and meiosis. Use the following terms, each term can be used one or more times: diploid cell, one cell division, four haploid cells, parent cell, two cell divisions, body cell, same, chromosomes, gamete-producing cell, half, two diploid cells. a. Parent Cell
b. Body Cell c. One Cell Division d. Two diploid cells e. Same f. Chromosomes g. Parent Cell h. Gamete-Producing Cell i. Two cell division j. Four Haploid Cells k. Half l. Chromosomes m. Parent Cell 2. Define homologous chromosome. two chromosomes, one of paternal origin, the other of maternal origin, that are identical in appearance and pair during meiosis 3. Define sister chromatids. the identical copies formed by the DNA replication of a chromosome 4. Describe 2 parts of meiosis that are similar to mitosis.