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Mitosis and Meiosis

Mitosis and Meiosis

Mitosis and Meiosis. Higher Biology. Mitosis and Meiosis. Mitosis: - division of somatic (body) cells Meiosis - division of gametes (sex cells). Mitosis. Interphase Prophase Metaphase Anaphase Telophase. I nterphase. Interesting things happen! Cell preparing to divide

By justine
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Mitosis and Meiosis

Mitosis and Meiosis

Mitosis and Meiosis. Higher Biology. Mitosis and Meiosis. Mitosis: - division of somatic (body) cells Meiosis - division of gametes (sex cells). Mitosis. Interphase Prophase Metaphase Anaphase Telophase. I nterphase. Interesting things happen! Cell preparing to divide

By cais
(131 views)

Biology 12

Biology 12

Biology 12. Cell Structure and Functions. Smooth ER. Rough ER. Endoplasmic reticulum. This is an extensive network of internal sheet of cell membrane The ER connects the nuclear membrane to the plasma membrane It is a transport system There are two types Rough ER Smooth ER.

By kiril
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Stages of Mitosis

Stages of Mitosis

Stages of Mitosis. By: Andrew and Jeffrey. Early Prophas e. Late Prophase. Metaphase. Anaphase. Telophase. Early Prophase. - Duplicated chromosomes transform into X-Shapes - Nucleolus disappears - Nuclear membrane breaks down - Spindle Fibres link to Centromeres . Late Prophase.

By diep
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Meiosis

Meiosis

Meiosis. VIDEO http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVMb4Js99tA. Learning the Basics…. Chromosomes contain genetic information Human somatic cells have 46 chromosomes Divided into 23 pairs of homologous chromosomes , or homologs ; one set of 23 from mother, one set of 23 from father.

By taipa
(141 views)

Grade 11 University Biology Miss MacKay

Grade 11 University Biology Miss MacKay

Grade 11 University Biology Miss MacKay. Meiosis. A special type of cell division that occurs in the gonads Purpose: to create haploid reproductive cells known as gametes . Meiosis is name for the process that separates the duplicated nuclear material.

By juan
(128 views)

IB Biology

IB Biology

Cell Division. IB Biology. Unravelling a chromosome:. Access excellence. Human Life Cycle. Diploid Zygote 46. Haploid Sperm 23. Adult 46. Haploid Egg 23. fertilisation. Can you draw and label a pie chart for the above data?. Mitosis in Action.

By giona
(135 views)

Early prophase

Early prophase

Early prophase. The replicated chromosomes coil up into X-shaped chromosomes and become visible under a light microscope. The nucleolus will disappear, and the nuclear membrane will begin to break down. Late prophase.

By bell
(129 views)

Chapter 9: Chromosomes and DNA Replication

Chapter 9: Chromosomes and DNA Replication

Unit1: Cell function and Inheritance. Chapter 9: Chromosomes and DNA Replication. Higher Human Biology. Learning Intentions. Describe chromosomes as vehicles of inheritance. Specifically explain about.... Genes as regions of chromosomal DNA.

By cais
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N5 Biology Cell Biology subunit 3 DNA and Making New Cells

N5 Biology Cell Biology subunit 3 DNA and Making New Cells

N5 Biology Cell Biology subunit 3 DNA and Making New Cells. Making New Cells. simple cell division diagram. nucleus. nucleus. membrane. membrane. nucleus. nucleus. nucleus. 23. 4. 27. 9. Duplicated chromosome. centomere. chromatids. Stages of Mitosis.

By cybil
(174 views)

1.2 Eukaryotic Cell Growth and the Cell Cycle

1.2 Eukaryotic Cell Growth and the Cell Cycle

1.2 Eukaryotic Cell Growth and the Cell Cycle. 1.2 Cell Growth and the Cell Cycle. Two Stages: INTERPHASE – G 1 , S, G 2 MITOSIS (incl. CYTOKINESIS). INTERPHASE. The cell is preparing for mitosis. Chromosomes are not clearly visible in the nucleus. Nuclear membrane intact.

By lefty
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Organelles

Organelles

Between the cell membrane and the nucleus lies the ______________ (SIET – oh –PLAZ – uhm), which contains the various organelles of the cell The organelles are surrounded in a jelly like watery fluid called the __________________ (SIET – oh –SAWL ) Dissolved in the cytosol are the :.

By analu
(301 views)

Mitosis vs Meiosis

Mitosis vs Meiosis

Mitosis vs Meiosis. By Victoria C 12TAR. Mitosis. http://www.life.uiuc.edu/ib/102/lectures/mitosis1.jpg. Mitosis.

By brent
(174 views)

MEIOSIS

MEIOSIS

MEIOSIS. Mrs. Kolobaric. Review. What is the purpose of mitosis? _____________ _____________. Cells Themselves. Every cell has its own life span, all cells eventually die, so all of them need to replicate (go through mitosis) Blood replaces all its cells in about 3 months

By stephanie-ellison
(67 views)

CONTROL OF THE CELL CYCLE

CONTROL OF THE CELL CYCLE

CONTROL OF THE CELL CYCLE. If it wasn't controlled, your cells would continue to grow and divide...over and over again!. A number of proteins regulate and control the cell cycle. Tell the cell when is the proper time to grow and divide, Stop the cell when the time's not right.

By wang-mcdonald
(89 views)

1.6 Cell division

1.6 Cell division

1.6 Cell division. Essential idea: Cell division is essential but must be controlled. The background image shows a cancerous tumor in the lungs. Tumors are caused by uncontrolled cell division. By Chris Paine https :// bioknowledgy.weebly.com /.

By rosetta-ardill
(231 views)

Unit 1 The Power of Reproduction

Unit 1 The Power of Reproduction

Unit 1 The Power of Reproduction. Chapter 1 – The Cell Cycle and Asexual Reproduction Amazing Cells. Animal Cell. Plant Cell. 1.1 The Cell (Pages 4 – 16).

By jillian-bernard
(313 views)

Starter

Starter

Starter. Describe what a gene is. Describe the three main components of a DNA molecule. You may use the diagram to help you. Starter. A gene is a sequence of bases / part of a DNA molecule or chromosome, that codes for a characteristic/trait/protein. Phosphate Pentose Sugar Nitrogenous Base.

By debra-brady
(62 views)

Mitosis and Meiosis

Mitosis and Meiosis

Mitosis and Meiosis. Higher Biology. Mitosis and Meiosis. Mitosis: - division of somatic (body) cells Meiosis - division of gametes (sex cells). Mitosis. Interphase Prophase Metaphase Anaphase Telophase. I nterphase. Interesting things happen! Cell preparing to divide

By ryder-watts
(137 views)

Chapter 17

Chapter 17

Chapter 17. Sec. 17.1 – The Cell Cycle. Why are you so good looking? Why cell division? How does it work? What is haploid? What is diploid?. Application Questions: What is a ‘germ’ cell? Is it haploid or diploid? What does it mean to ‘culture’ cells?

By tterri
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