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Cell Growth and Division

Cell Growth and Division

Cell Growth and Division. Cell Growth. When a living thing grows, what happens to its cells? Does an animal get larger because each cell increases in size or because it produces more of them ? In most cases, living things grow by producing more cells

By Lucy
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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
(176 views)

10-2 Cell Division

10-2 Cell Division

10-2 Cell Division. Interactive Notes: pages. Chromosomes. Made up of DNA (genetic info.) and proteins Each species has it’s own differing number of chromosomes Fruit flies – 8 chromosomes Humans – 46 chromosomes Carrots – 18 chromosomes Duplicated before cell division

By bathsheba
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Life of a Cell

Life of a Cell

Life of a Cell. The Cell Cycle and Mitosis. Mitosis (copy this information on the back of your Mitosis cut & paste page). Process that divides the nucleus of a cell Cell division that results in two identical diploid “daughter” cells.

By tyne
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Major Objectives

Major Objectives

Major Objectives. 1. What are the two key roles of mitotic cell division? 2. Understand the different phases of the mitotic cell cycle and the regulation of the cell cycle (checkpoints) and how normal cells vary from cancer cells 3. Understand the phases of mitosis

By jase
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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
(129 views)

Overview of Plant Stem Cell Products in Cosmetics

Overview of Plant Stem Cell Products in Cosmetics

Overview of Plant Stem Cell Products in Cosmetics. Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ubonthip Nimmannit. “Plant Stem Cell in Cosmetics” 25 August 2010. What are stem cells?. Unprogrammed cell Differentiate into cells with specific function Advantage Regenerative medicine Stimulate healing

By ramla
(1145 views)

Viruses

Viruses

Viruses. Viruses. What are they? How do they work? Where do they come from? And… What good are they?. What is a virus?. An infectious agent made up of: a core of nucleic acid – DNA or RNA (ONLY ABOUT 5 GENES) a protein coat (capsid). How Big are viruses?. Polio virus = 20 nanometers.

By shanta
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Mitosis

Mitosis

Mitosis. [Remember: Mitosis happens in my toesies]. Purposes of cell division. Increase the number of cells for growth and repair of worn out tissues (mitosis) Transmit genetic information (DNA) to other cells

By tova
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Animal Cell

Animal Cell

Animal Cell. A Replicated Chromosome. Diploid vs. Haploid. Diploid= 2 sets of chromosomes One set from mom and one set from dad Chromosomes come in pairs Humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes Haploid = 1 set of chromosomes Sperm or egg has 23 single chromosomes.

By afra
(306 views)

CELL GROWTH AND DIVISION

CELL GROWTH AND DIVISION

CELL GROWTH AND DIVISION. Chapter 10, section 1. Limits to Cell Growth. There are two main reasons why cells divide rather than continuing to grow indefinitely. The larger a cell becomes, the more demands are placed on its DNA

By calvin
(159 views)

Activity 3

Activity 3

Activity 3. Mitosis and Asexual Reproduction. Read the Introduction. Asexual reproduction takes only one parent to produce offspring. Mitosis occurs when a single cell divides to produce two identical daughter cells. Challenge.

By cid
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Mitosis

Mitosis

Mitosis. The Process of Cellular Asexual Reproduction. Asexual Reproduction. Asexual reproduction occurs when there is only one parent or parent cell. Mitosis (cell division) Binary Fission (bacteria and protist division) Budding (yeast and hydra) Spore formation (mold and fungus)

By braima
(143 views)

Warm Up

Warm Up

Warm Up. Answer the following questions on a separate sheet of paper: Make a flow chart diagramming the connections betwee n: DNA, Chromosomes, Chromatin, Histones , Nucleosomes , Sister Chromatids , Centromere , Genes and Loci. The Cell Cycle. Essential Questions.

By tiara
(133 views)

JEOPARDY

JEOPARDY

Mitosis Fact Review. Mitosis Cycle Review. Meiosis History. Meiosis Identification. Meiosis Facts. More Meiosis Facts. JEOPARDY. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500.

By dafydd
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Do Now 2/10

Do Now 2/10

Do Now 2/10. List and describe 4 factors that can increase carcinogenic mutation rates WOD: LITHE ( lythe ) adj. bending easily and gracefully The LITHE ballerina stretched her muscles before her performance. The gymnast was so LITHESOME that she dismounted without a sound.

By dard
(87 views)

The Cell Cycle (Somatic Cells)

The Cell Cycle (Somatic Cells)

The Cell Cycle (Somatic Cells). Vocabulary. Interphase Prophase Metaphase Anaphase Telophase Cytokinesis. The Cell Cycle for Somatic Cells. All cells come from cells. To grow and divide (how new cells are made) cells undergo an orderly sequence of events.

By tadhg
(130 views)

Sexual Reproduction

Sexual Reproduction

Sexual Reproduction. SBI3U0. Sexual Reproduction. Multicellular organisms mostly do not reproduce via mitosis Most multicellular organisms reproduce sexually, meaning that the cells of offspring are created by the joining of two specialized gamete cells

By lydie
(157 views)

Meiosis – cont.

Meiosis – cont.

Meiosis – cont. Prophase 1. Spindle forms Nucleolus and nuclear membrane dissolve Tetrads form Crossing over may occur (tetrads get tangled and exchange equal parts). Metaphase 1 –tetrads line up in the middle. Anaphase 1 – tetrads are pulled apart.

By elwyn
(165 views)

Meiosis

Meiosis

Meiosis. Gamete Formation. Vocabulary. Gametes = sex cells (eggs, sperm) Homologous chromosomes = paired chromosomes (maternal and paternal) that have the same genes Haploid = Having only one copy of each chromosome (as opposed to diploid , which has two copies of each).

By alain
(133 views)

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