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Mitotic Cell Cycle Review. Take out a sheet of paper and write down questions 1-20. . 1. What are the stages of the mitotic cell cycle?. 2. What are the stages of mitosis?. 3. How many cells will there be at the end of the mitotic cell cycle?.

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mitotic cell cycle review
Mitotic Cell Cycle Review

Take out a sheet of paper and write down questions 1-20.

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Humans have 46 chromosomes. How many chromosomes will there be in each daughter cell at the end of mitotic cell cycle?

6.

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Humans have 46 chromosomes. How many chromosomes will there be in each daughter cell at the end of meiotic cell cycle?

7.

1 what are the stages of the mitotic cell cycle1
1. What are the stages of the mitotic cell cycle?

Interphase

Prophase

Metaphase

Anaphase

Telophase

Cytokinesis

2 what are the stages of mitosis1
2. What are the stages of mitosis?

Prophase

Metaphase

Anaphase

Telophase

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Humans have 46 chromosomes. How many chromosomes will there be in each daughter cell at the end of mitotic cell cycle?

6.

46

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Humans have 46 chromosomes. How many chromosomes will there be in each daughter cell at the end of meiotic cell cycle?

7.

23

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9.

Anaphase

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10.

Cytokinesis

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11.

Interphase

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12.

Telophase

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13.

Metaphase

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14.

Prophase

15 how does plant and animal mitotic cell division differ1
15. How does plant and animal mitotic cell division differ?

Animal cells have centrioles and have cleavage furrow during cytokinesis.

Plant cell do not have centrioles and have a cell plate form during cytokinesis

16 does mitosis create different or identical daughter cells identical unless dna mutation
16. Does mitosis create different or identical daughter cells?IDENTICAL (unless DNA mutation)
17 what is the name of prokaryotic cell division called binary fission
17. What is the name of prokaryotic cell division called? Binary Fission

18. Put the pictures in order.

D

C

A

B

19 how are mitotic cell division and binary fission similar1
19. How are mitotic cell division and binary fission similar?

Both involve one cell dividing into 2 identical cells.

20 how are mitotic cell division and binary fission different1
20. How are mitotic cell division and binary fission different?

Mitotic cell division takes place in eukaryotic cells (cells with nucleus).

Binary fission takes place in prokaryotic cells (cells with NO nucleus)

mitotic and meiotic cell cycle review
Mitotic and Meiotic Cell Cycle Review

Write down 1-30 on a sheet of paper.

mitosis meiosis or both
Mitosis, Meiosis or Both

11. Produces cells that are genetically identical

mitosis meiosis or both1
Mitosis, Meiosis or Both

12. Used to produce gametes

mitosis meiosis or both2
Mitosis, Meiosis or Both

13. Used for development, growth, and repair

mitosis meiosis or both3
Mitosis, Meiosis or Both

14. Used to produce somatic cells

mitosis meiosis or both4
Mitosis, Meiosis or Both

15. Produces daughter cells with the same number of chromosomes as parent cell

mitosis meiosis or both5
Mitosis, Meiosis or Both

16. Produces daughter cells with half the number of chromosomes as parent cell

mitosis meiosis or both6
Mitosis, Meiosis or Both

17. Cell division takes place in gonads.

mitosis meiosis or both7
Mitosis, Meiosis or Both

18. In humans, the chromosome number goes from one cell with 46 to 4 cells with 23.

mitosis meiosis or both8
Mitosis, Meiosis or Both

19. Produces cells that are haploid.

mitosis meiosis or both9
Mitosis, Meiosis or Both

20. Produces cells that are diploid.

mitosis meiosis or both10
Mitosis, Meiosis or Both

21. Tetrads are visible.

mitosis meiosis or both11
Mitosis, Meiosis or Both

22. Duplicated chromosomes (double-stranded chromosomes) can be seen.

mitosis meiosis or both12
Mitosis, Meiosis or Both

23. Sister chromatids separate into single stranded chromosomes.

an organism has 18 chromosomes in an unfertilized egg
An organism has 18 chromosomes in an unfertilized egg.

28. How many pairs of chromosomes are there?

an organism has 18 chromosomes in a fertilized egg
An organism has 18 chromosomes in a fertilized egg.

29. How many pairs of chromosomes are there?

an organism has 18 chromosomes in a body cell
An organism has 18 chromosomes in a body cell.

30. How many pairs of chromosomes are there?

8 is this a plant animal or bacteria cell explain your answer1
8. Is this a plant, animal, or bacteria cell? Explain your answer.

Plant cell- nucleus, DNA coils up into X-shaped chromosomes, cell plate forms during cytokinesis, no centrioles, rectangular shape.

mitosis meiosis or both13
Mitosis, Meiosis or Both
  • Produces cells that are genetically identical

MITOSIS

mitosis meiosis or both14
Mitosis, Meiosis or Both
  • Used to produce gametes.

MEIOSIS

mitosis meiosis or both15
Mitosis, Meiosis or Both

13. Used for development, growth, and repair.

MITOSIS

mitosis meiosis or both16
Mitosis, Meiosis or Both
  • Used to produce somatic cells.

MITOSIS

mitosis meiosis or both17
Mitosis, Meiosis or Both
  • Produces daughter cells with the same number of chromosomes as parent cell

MITOSIS

mitosis meiosis or both18
Mitosis, Meiosis or Both
  • Produces daughter cells with half the number of chromosomes as parent cell.

MEIOSIS

mitosis meiosis or both19
Mitosis, Meiosis or Both
  • Cell division takes place in gonads.

BOTH!!! Mitosis take place in gonads and all over body.

Meiosis is ONLY gonads.

mitosis meiosis or both20
Mitosis, Meiosis or Both
  • In humans, the chromosome number goes from one cell with 46 to 4 cells with 23.

MEIOSIS

mitosis meiosis or both21
Mitosis, Meiosis or Both
  • Produces cells that are haploid.

MEIOSIS

mitosis meiosis or both22
Mitosis, Meiosis or Both
  • Produces cells that are diploid.

MITOSIS

mitosis meiosis or both23
Mitosis, Meiosis or Both
  • Tetrads are visible.

MEIOSIS

mitosis meiosis or both24
Mitosis, Meiosis or Both
  • Duplicated chromosomes (double-stranded chromosomes) can be seen.

BOTH

mitosis meiosis or both25
Mitosis, Meiosis or Both
  • Sister chromatids separate into single stranded chromosomes.

BOTH

an organism has 18 chromosomes in an unfertilized egg1
An organism has 18 chromosomes in an unfertilized egg.
  • How many pairs of chromosomes are there?

0- only one of each type of chromosome

an organism has 18 chromosomes in a fertilized egg1
An organism has 18 chromosomes in a fertilized egg.

29. How many pairs of chromosomes are there?

9 pairs of homologous chromosomes that total up to 18 total chromosomes

an organism has 18 chromosomes in a body cell1
An organism has 18 chromosomes in a body cell.

30. How many pairs of chromosomes are there?

9 pairs of homologous chromosomes that total up to 18 total chromosomes