Mini-Quiz Review. Overview of the 3 types of cell division. There are 3 types of cell division:. Binary Fission - Prokaryotic cell division. One bacterium splits into two. NO NUCLEUS

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There are 3 types of cell division: • Binary Fission- Prokaryotic cell division. One bacterium splits into two. NO NUCLEUS • Mitotic Cell Cycle- Eukaryotic Cell division. One cell with one nucleus divides into 2 identical cells each with a nucleus. • Meiotic Cell Cycle- Eukaryotic Cell Division. One cell with one nucleus divides into 4 different/distinct cells each with a nucleus containing half the genetic information.

Mitosis vs. Meiosis Number of cells produced per parent cell Mitosis- TWO Meiosis- FOUR (in Females only 1 of 4 will be a viable/usable egg, in Males all 4 will be viable sperm)

Mitosis vs. Meiosis Chromosome Number of Parent Cell Mitosis- Diploid (Regular Body Cell #) Meiosis- Diploid (Regular Body Cell #)

Mitosis vs. Meiosis Chromosome Number of Daughter Cells Mitosis- Diploid (Regular Body Cell #) Meiosis- Haploid (Half the Body Cell #)

Mitosis vs. Meiosis Kind of cell produced Mitosis- Somatic Cells (Body Cells) Meiosis- Gametes (Sex Cells- Sperm and Egg)

Mitosis vs. Meiosis Function Mitosis- Growth and replacement of Cells Meiosis- Sexual Reproduction; Promotes Variation in Offspring

Bats have 44 chromosomes in body cells. What is the haploid number? What is the diploid number? HAPLOID NUMBER- 22 (half the number of body cells- this is the number you would find in sperm) DIPLOID NUMBER- 44