Cell division chapter 4
cell process in which the nucleus divides to form two nuclei identical to each other, and identical to the original nucleus, in a series of steps.
The life cycle of a cell.
The cell's chromosomes duplicate. The nucleolus is clearly visible in the nucleus
The chromatid pairs are now visible and the spindle is beginning to form
Chromatids pairs are lined up in the center of the cell
The chromatids separate
In the final step, the cytoplasm is beginning to separate.
Structure in a cell's nucleus that contains hereditary material
A type of reproduction -- budding, and regeneration-- in which a new organism is produced from one organism and has DNA identical to the parent organism
A type of of reproduction in reproduction in which two sex cells, usally an egg and a sperm, join to from a zygote, which will develop into a new organism with a new unique identity.
Haploid sex cell formed in the male reproductive organs.
Haploid sex cells formed In the female reproductive organs.
In sexual reproduction, the joining of a sperm and egg.
New diploid cell formed when a sperm fertilizes an egg, will divide by mitosis and develop into a new organism.
Cell whose similar chromosomes occur in pairs
Cells that has the number of chrosomes as body cells.
Reproductive process that produces four haploid.
(Deoxyribonucleic acid) genetic material.
Make up our DNA( section of chromosomes that makes proteins)
Ribonucleic acid (carries codes from nucleus to ribosomes to make protein.
A permanent change of gene or chromosomes