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Summer 2007 Workshop in Biology and Multimedia for High School Teachers

Summer 2007 Workshop in Biology and Multimedia for High School Teachers

Summer 2007 Workshop in Biology and Multimedia for High School Teachers Stem Cell Research Overview Mountainous Path Outline What are Stem Cells? Potential Uses Claims Against Using Stem Cells Cultivation Process Stem Cells and Cloning Stem Cell Theory of Cancer Worldwide Status

By oshin
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Introduction to Genetics

Introduction to Genetics

Introduction to Genetics. -the DNA molecule -nucleotides -chromosomes vs genes -DNA replication -cell division. The DNA molecule. Composed of 2 polymers of nucleotides Polymers are oriented in antiparallel Molecule resembles a spiral staircase of complementary base pairs.

By LionelDale
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Comparison of Mitosis and Meiosis

Comparison of Mitosis and Meiosis

Mitosis Purpose: growth and repair Division: 1 Parent cell: 2n,diploid Daughter cell: 2 2n-identical to parent cell 5. Somatic cells. Meiosis Purpose: reproduction Division: 2 Parent cell: 2n diploid Daughter cells: 4

By Lucy
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Mitosis

Mitosis

Mitosis. Cell Growth Cycle DNA replicated in S phase mitosis occurs in M phase. Structure of chromosome . Structure of chromosome. Mitosis the process of one cell making two identical daughter cells . Phases of Mitosis Prophase Metaphase Anaphase Telophase PMAT. prophase

By oded
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Genetics - Mitosis

Genetics - Mitosis

Genetics - Mitosis. Illustrations. The Cell. Cytoplasm. Nucleus. Nucleus.

By kamil
(85 views)

Mitosis vs. Meiosis

Mitosis vs. Meiosis

Mitosis vs. Meiosis. Mitosis. Meiosis. Meiosis. Based on the diagram,. The difference between mitosis and meiosis is that mitosis produces two identical daughter cells and meiosis produces four genetically different daughter cells. Mitosis. Meiosis. The numbers.

By waggoner
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Cell Cycle

Cell Cycle

RNA, Protein. Mitosis, Cytokinesis. Lamin H1 Abl. Cyc B/A CDK1. M. Cyc D’s CDK4,6. G2. G0. 1 h. 3-4 h. G1. DNA, RNA, Protein. S. RNA, Protein. 6-12 h. 6-8 h. p53 pRb. Cyc A CDK2. Cyc E CDK2. Cell Cycle. Eric Niederhoffer SIU-SOM. Cdk4. Cdk2. Cdk1. D. E. A. B(A).

By tanika
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DNA and Protein Synthesis Notes

DNA and Protein Synthesis Notes

DNA and Protein Synthesis Notes. November 17, 2011. A. Function of Nucleic Acids. Control the processes of heredity by which cells and organisms reproduce proteins. B. Types of Nucleic Acids . DNA: Deoxyribonucleic Acid RNA: Ribonucleic Acid. C. Structure of Nucleic Acids.

By ursula
(228 views)

Evaluation of the Normal Mitosis Kit

Evaluation of the Normal Mitosis Kit

Evaluation of the Normal Mitosis Kit. Presented by Deb Semmler, St. Joseph’s High School (dsemmler@saintjoehigh.com) Kasi Bolden, Washington High School (KBolden@sbcsc.k12.in.us). Root tips Plastic tissue-treating dishes Microscope slides and cover slips

By webb
(105 views)

Summer 2007 Workshop in Biology and Multimedia for High School Teachers

Summer 2007 Workshop in Biology and Multimedia for High School Teachers

Summer 2007 Workshop in Biology and Multimedia for High School Teachers. Stem Cell Research Overview. Mountainous Path. Outline. What are Stem Cells? Potential Uses Claims Against Using Stem Cells Cultivation Process Stem Cells and Cloning Stem Cell Theory of Cancer Worldwide Status .

By Jimmy
(126 views)

Introduction to Genetics

Introduction to Genetics

Introduction to Genetics. -the DNA molecule -nucleotides -chromosomes vs genes -DNA replication -cell division. The DNA molecule. Composed of 2 polymers of nucleotides Polymers are oriented in antiparallel Molecule resembles a spiral staircase of complementary base pairs.

By omer
(229 views)

Why do we learn about mitosis?

Why do we learn about mitosis?

Why do we learn about mitosis?. Mitosis. Somatic cell division Define somatic cell. Controlled by: Genes (indirectly) Hormones (directly) Environment (directly). CANCER IS. UNCONTROLLED MITOSIS!. Some Cancer Statistics:. 1 in 7 people will have some form of cancer in their lifetimes.

By zaina
(93 views)

The Purpose of Mitosis vs. The Purpose of Meiosis

The Purpose of Mitosis vs. The Purpose of Meiosis

The Purpose of Mitosis vs. The Purpose of Meiosis. The Purpose of Mitosis. Mitosis is an asexual reproductive process that involves one division It produces two daughter cells that are genetically identical to the parent cell. Reproduction – single celled organisms Growth and Maintenance

By sasson
(428 views)

Making New Cells: Mitosis

Making New Cells: Mitosis

Making New Cells: Mitosis. Body Cells. Mitosis: process used to make new body cells Body cells are cells found in the human body Ex: Heart, lungs, skin, muscle , etc . Human body has 46 chromosomes in each body cell. Mitosis within the cell cycle. Cell cycle: Interphase Mitosis

By morgan
(93 views)

Meiosis 15 October, 2004 Text Chapter 13

Meiosis 15 October, 2004 Text Chapter 13

Meiosis 15 October, 2004 Text Chapter 13. Asexual Reproduction. In asexual reproduction, individuals give rise to genetically identical offspring (clones). All cell division in this process is mitotic. Important Terms (review). genome: all of a cell’s DNA.

By gardenia
(99 views)

Mid-Term Exam Constructed Response Questions and Answers

Mid-Term Exam Constructed Response Questions and Answers

Mid-Term Exam Constructed Response Questions and Answers. Question 1. What is the difference between independent variables, dependent variables, and constant variables? Be able to identify each in an example investigation. Answer for Question 1.

By yardan
(84 views)

MITOSIS

MITOSIS

MITOSIS. 10X Magnification of Stained Human Cheek Cells. Parts of the Human Cheek Cell at 40X Magnification. Can you name these parts of the Human Cheek Cell?. CELL CYCLE. D uring Interphase DNA replicates which must occur before Mitosis can begin . Centrioles. : Nuclear division.

By karl
(328 views)

Plant Challenge

Plant Challenge

Plant Challenge. As a group, quietly discuss each question and agree upon one correct answer. The group with the most correct answers will win. 1 of 20: Name the waxy layer of many leaves to prevent water loss. . 2 of 20: Which adaptation allows plants to transport nutrients great distances?.

By gilon
(65 views)

Ch 10 Photoautotrophs-organisms that exist w/light as their energy source

Ch 10 Photoautotrophs-organisms that exist w/light as their energy source

Ch 10 Photoautotrophs-organisms that exist w/light as their energy source Chemoautotrophs-organisms that exist w/inorganic compounds as their energy source. Leaves are photosynthetic organism of plants Cells in the mesophyll tissues in the leaves contain many chloroplasts

By shira
(91 views)

Cellular Mitosis Notes

Cellular Mitosis Notes

Cellular Mitosis Notes. Biology is the only subject in which multiplication is the same thing as division …. S1. 2006-2007. MITOSIS: Making New Cells Making New DNA. S2. Where it all began…. We all start as a cell smaller than a period at the end of a sentence…. S3.

By giza
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