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Comparing and Contrasting Mitosis & Meiosis. Objectives. Understand the differences between mitosis and meiosis Recognize the relationships between mitosis and genetic continuity, and between meiosis and genetic variation, among living things

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Objectives
Objectives

  • Understand the differences between mitosis and meiosis

  • Recognize the relationships between mitosis and genetic continuity, and between meiosis and genetic variation, among living things

  • Use models to understand such concepts as nondisjunction, crossing over and trisomy.


Instructions
Instructions

  • Copy this power point presentation as a template to your own student folder.

  • Name it Last name, first name

  • Copy and paste the pre-drawn pictures in slide 4 and 5 to the correct slides on the template.

  • Follow the instructional notes at the bottom of each page.

  • Feel free to improve the sketches or add other pieces such as spindle fibers if time permits.


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Interphase before replication mitosis haploid or diploid 1n or 2n
Interphase before replication Mitosis Haploid or diploid 1n or 2n


Interphase after replication mitosis haploid or diploid 1n or 2n
Interphase after replication MitosisHaploid or diploid 1n or 2n


Prophase mitosis haploid or diploid 1n or 2n
Prophase MitosisHaploid or diploid 1n or 2n


Metaphase mitosis haploid or diploid 1n or 2n
Metaphase MitosisHaploid or diploid 1n or 2n


Anaphase mitosis haploid or diploid 1n or 2n
Anaphase MitosisHaploid or diploid 1n or 2n


Telophase cytokinesis haploid or diploid 1n or 2n
Telophase & CytokinesisHaploid or diploid 1n or 2n


Interphase after mitosis haploid or diploid 1n or 2n
Interphase after MitosisHaploid or diploid 1n or 2n


Interphase before replication meiosis haploid or diploid 1n or 2n
Interphase before replicationMeiosisHaploid or diploid 1n or 2n


Interphase after replication meiosis haploid or diploid 1n or 2n
Interphase after replicationMeiosisHaploid or diploid 1n or 2n


Prophase i meiosis haploid or diploid 1n or 2n
Prophase I MeiosisHaploid or diploid 1n or 2n


Metaphase i meiosis haploid or diploid 1n or 2n
Metaphase I MeiosisHaploid or diploid 1n or 2n


Anaphase i meiosis haploid or diploid 1n or 2n
Anaphase I MeiosisHaploid or diploid 1n or 2n


Telophase i cytokinesis meiosis haploid or diploid 1n or 2n
Telophase I & Cytokinesis MeiosisHaploid or diploid 1n or 2n


Interphase haploid or diploid 1n or 2n
InterphaseHaploid or diploid 1n or 2n


Prophase ii meiosis haploid or diploid 1n or 2n
Prophase II MeiosisHaploid or diploid 1n or 2n

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Cell from previous left


Metaphase ii meiosis haploid or diploid 1n or 2n
Metaphase II MeiosisHaploid or diploid 1n or 2n


Anaphase ii meiosis haploid or diploid 1n or 2n
Anaphase II MeiosisHaploid or diploid 1n or 2n


Telophase ii cytokinesis meiosis haploid or diploid 1n or 2n
Telophase II & Cytokinesis MeiosisHaploid or diploid 1n or 2n


Four gametes after meiosis haploid or diploid 1n or 2n
Four gametes after MeiosisHaploid or diploid 1n or 2n






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