Chapter 10 Cell Cycle & Mitosis Review. This spot that holds the 2 chromatid copies together is called a ______________________. centromere. Binary fission. Cell division in bacterial cells is called _______________________ . Phase of the cell cycle in which DNA is copied.
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Cell division in bacterial cells is called
Phase of the cell cycle in which
DNA is copied
S (synthesis) of Interphase
Phase of the cell cycle
in which the nuclear membrane is presentand DNA is spread out into chromatin.
List the phases of mitosis in orderstarting with prophase.
Prophase,, metaphase, anaphase, telophase,
Phase of mitosis that followsanaphase
Phase of the cell cycle that follows G2
This cell is in__________________
Plant cells can’t pinch to divide, instead they form a _______________
This phase of thecell cycle is______________
Part of interphase in which thecell grows to mature size and carries
out its job.
Phase of mitosis that followsprophase
Phase of the cell cycle that follows S
This phase of the
cell cycle is
Phase of the cell cycle cells spend
most of their time in.
G1 of interphase
One of 2 identical armsthat make up a chromosome
DNA that is all spread out inan interphase nucleus is called________________
Phase of mitosis in which thenuclear membrane and nucleolusdisappear and the DNA scrunches into chromosomes.
The cell above is in ______phase
When chromatin scrunches together it is called a _________________
One of 2 identical armsthat make up a chromosome
Phase of mitosis that followsmetaphase
Phase of the cell cycle that follows G1
This cell is in___________
Phase of cell division in whichthe nuclear membrane returns andchromosomes spread out into chromatin.
This cell is in__________
The cell above is a _________ cell.
You can see the cell plate forming in center insteadof a cleavage furrow.
The very first dividing phase is_______________
List the phases of mitosis in orderstarting with interphase
Interphase, prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase,
This is called a ______________
This cell is _____________ cell.
an animal a plant
an animalPlants don’t have cleavage furrows.
________________ DNA is all spread out as chromatin and nuclear membrane is visible
________________ DNA scrunches up and chromosomes are first visible
________________ Made up of G1, S, G2
________________ Chromosomes line up in middle of cell
_______________ DNA is copied and cell prepares to divide
_______________ Chromatid arms separate and move to opposite ends of the cell
_______________ Chromosomes unwind into chromatin & nucleus returns
_______________ Nuclear membrane & nucleolus disappear
__________________ Two nuclei are visible
__________________ First dividing phase
___________________ Centrosomes containing centrioles & spindle fibers appear next to nucleus
__________________Cytoplasm is split between two cells
_________________ Spindle fibers and centrioles disappear
_______ Division of chromosomes happens
_______ Division of cytoplasm happens
_______ Follows S and cell makes the molecules and organelles needed for cell division
_______ Made up of telophase, anaphase, prophase, and metaphase
Name the phases of the cell cycle in order starting with G1
G1 S G2 M C
The center of a chromosome that holds the chromatid arms together
2 identical arms that make up a chromosome
Shallow groove in an animal cellmembrane near the old metaphase plate during cytokinesis
Type of division used by bacteria to reproduce
1st phase of mitosis in which thenucleolus disappears and centrioles and spindle fibers appear.
Repeating sequence of events that
cells go through during their lifetime
Phase in which the nucleus divides
Phase in which cells grow and matureand where they spend most of their
Phase in which the nuclear membranedisappears and the spindle fibers attach
to the kinetochores
Phase after S in which cells make the molecules and organelles needed forcell division
Phase in which the DNA is copied
Phase in which cells leave the cycle
and stop dividing all together
Phase in which chromatids separate and move to opposite ends of the cell
Arrangement of microtubules whichlink the kinetochores and centrioles
and pull the chromosomes apart during cell division
DNA that is spread out in the nucleusof a non-dividing cell
A cell takes the longest time going through _______________.
How many chromosomes are shown in the figure at the right?
How many chromatids?
Campbell Concept check 12.2
A. condensation of the chromosomes
B. replication of DNA C. separation of sister chromatids
D. spindle formation
E. separation of the centrosomes
B happens in interphase (S)
No chromosomes yet