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MEIOSIS

MEIOSIS

MEIOSIS. Organisms that reproduce Sexually are made up of two different types of cells. Somatic Cells are “body” cells and contain the normal number of chromosomes ….called the “Diploid” number (the symbol is 2n ). Examples would be … skin cells, brain cells, etc.

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How Do Bacteria Reproduce?

How Do Bacteria Reproduce?

How Do Bacteria Reproduce?. Not Mitosis Not Meiosis No Spindle Fibers Formed Prokaryotes Reproduce By Binary Fission. How Do Prokaryotes Reproduce?. The cell doubles in mass DNA replicates and the two strands separate

By rolando
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Where did I come from?

Where did I come from?

Where did I come from?. Asexual vs. Sexual Reproduction. What do we already know?. By now, you should be very familiar with mitosis!. Prophase. Metaphase.  Do you remember what happens?. Anaphase. Telophase.  For reproduction!. + the. What do we already know?.

By vanya
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Meiosis & Sexual Reproduction

Meiosis & Sexual Reproduction

Meiosis & Sexual Reproduction. Cell division / Asexual reproduction. Mitosis produce cells with same information identical daughter cells exact copies clones same number of chromosomes same genetic information. Aaaargh! I ’ m seeing double!. Asexual reproduction.

By callum
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Mammalian Reproduction II Estrous cycles, Gestation, & Lactation

Mammalian Reproduction II Estrous cycles, Gestation, & Lactation

Mammalian Reproduction II Estrous cycles, Gestation, & Lactation. EEOB 625 6 February 2004. Questions in Mammalian Reproduction II. Estrous cycle and menstrual cycle : Is the difference in the name?

By harper
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Genetics

Genetics

Genetics. Genetics. the study of heredity the way in which traits of parents are passed on to offspring. Father of Genetics. Gregor Mendel Austrian monk did experiments with peas and proved that certain characteristics……. ………. Such as color and height, are passed from parent to offspring.

By mare
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Meiosis & Reproduction

Meiosis & Reproduction

Meiosis & Reproduction. Chapter 7. objectives. Recognize that during meiosis, the formation of sex cells, chromosomes are reduced to half the number present in the parent cell Explain how fertilization restores the diploid number of chromosomes

By portia
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Variation and the Monohybrid Cross

Variation and the Monohybrid Cross

Variation and the Monohybrid Cross. Higher Biology. Significance of meiosis. Allele: different forms of the same gene ‘Meiosis provides the opportunity for new combinations of the existing alleles of genes to arise”. Independent assortment of chromosomes.

By tamarr
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MEIOSIS

MEIOSIS

MEIOSIS. JEOPARDY. S2C06 Jeopardy Review. Differences. Vocabulary. Mitosis OR Meiosis. Picture ID . More Vocab. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. Differences 100.

By MikeCarlo
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Genetic Algorithms (GAs)

Genetic Algorithms (GAs)

Genetic Algorithms (GAs). By Mutaz Flmban. Outline. History of Genetic Algorithm What is the Genetic Algorithm Biological Background Basic Genetic Algorithm Genetic Algorithm Operators Benefits of Genetic Algorithm Some Genetic Algorithm Applications Types. History of GAs.

By lyle
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Tropes

Tropes

Tropes. Tropes are figures of speech with an unexpected twist in the meaning of words. When something is something else: the ladder of success (i.e, success is a ladder). “The office is a bee-hive of activity on Mondays.” Or recall this old-anti-drug commercial:

By laird
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Mitosis and Meiosis

Mitosis and Meiosis

Mitosis and Meiosis. Cell Division and Reproduction. MITOSIS. Process of one cell making two new identical daughter cells Both new cells will have same number of chromosomes as original cell Both new cells with have DNA code as original cell. MITOSIS.

By jela
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Genetics and inheritance

Genetics and inheritance

Genetics and inheritance. Aim: To recall the important terms that relate to genetics and inheritance (KS4) Describe the basic structure of DNA. In your own words, explain the following terms. Chromosome Gene Features Gametes Zygote Diploid Allele Homozygous Heterozygous

By damita
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Meiosis

Meiosis

Meiosis. Gamete Formation. Major Events in Meiosis. Vocabulary. Gametes = sex cells (eggs, sperm) Homologous chromosomes = paired chromosomes (maternal and paternal) that have the same genes

By evelien
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Life on Earth Kingdom Plantae

Life on Earth Kingdom Plantae

Life on Earth Kingdom Plantae. Part 5 Division Anthophyta (Flowering Plants or Angiosperms). Division: Anthophyta. Largest group in the Plant Kingdom with more than 300,000 species Seed plants with no archegonia produced

By keefe
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Which process allows sexually reproducing organisms to create gametes with half the number of chromosomes of the body ce

Which process allows sexually reproducing organisms to create gametes with half the number of chromosomes of the body ce

Which process allows sexually reproducing organisms to create gametes with half the number of chromosomes of the body cells?. Mitosis Meiosis Fertilization Reproduction. A branch cut off of a geranium plant grows into a new plant. Will the new plant be different from its parent plant?.

By erzsebet
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Jeopardy

Jeopardy

Jeopardy. Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin. Choose a point value. Choose a point value. Click here for Final Jeopardy. Mitosis and Meiosis . Organelles. Genetics. Cells. How Does Your Garden Grow?. Ozarks

By kimberly
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M-Phase Chromosome

M-Phase Chromosome

Interphase (G1, S, G2) Chromosomes. M-Phase Chromosome. “ideogram” (G-bands). X Chromosome. Giemsa Stain. Human Euploid Karyotypes. Female. Male. Fig. 7-6. Homologous Chromosomes. P = Paternal M = Maternal. P. M. Chromosome. DNA size. Gene #. Chromosome. DNA Size. Gene #. 1.

By parvani
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Genetics and Cellular Reproduction

Genetics and Cellular Reproduction

Genetics and Cellular Reproduction. Cell Reproduction. All living things must reproduce to keep species alive. This is a major driving force for zoology - Evolution These two facts, reproduction and passing traits necessary for success on to offspring, are essentially interelated.

By Audrey
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MEIOSIS NOTES (11.4)

MEIOSIS NOTES (11.4)

MEIOSIS NOTES (11.4). Reproduction. Asexual (relies on mitosis): all of the parents DNA goes to the offspring Sexual (relies on meiosis): used to create sex cells. 2 TYPES OF CELLS . BODY CELLS SEX CELLS . Types of Cells: Body Cells. All cells other than sex cells

By sandra_john
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