separate as they are pulled to opposite poles by microtubules attached to the

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separate as they are pulled to opposite poles by microtubules attached to the centromeresPaired chromatids held by centromeres remain togetheroTelophase I/CytokinesisSimilar to that of mitosisoAt the end of meiosis I, the resulting cell contains the haploid number of chromosomesoSummary:Begins with a diploid starting cell and ends with two cells, each with the haploid number of chromosomesMeiosis IIoProphase II, Metaphase II, Anaphase II, Telophase IISimilar to Mitosis: Centromeres split, sister chromatids separate and move to opposite poles of the celloSummary:
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Each of the two haploid cells formed during meiosis I dividesoNet result: is four haploid gametes that are genetically different from the original diploid staring cell
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3.8 Cellular DiversityCells have different shapes and sizes
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3.9 Aging and CellsAgingoGeriatricsoGerontologyoTelomeresCanceroTumorNeoplasmMalignant tumor/malignancyMetastasisBenign tumorTypesoCarcinomasoMelanomasoSarcomaoOsteogenic sarcomaoLeukemiaoLymphomaGrowth/spreadoAngiogenesisCausesoCarcinogenoMutations
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oOncogenesoProto-oncogenesoOncogenic virusesCarcinogenesisTreatmentoSurgeryoChemotherapyoRadiation therapyovirotherapy
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