part of a plant cell that divides it during mitosis
a disorder in which there is one missing chromosome
when homologous chromosomes fail to separate
the first stage of mitosis where the nuclear envolope breaks down and chromosomes become visible
second phase of mitosis where the chromosomes line up along the equator.
the third phase of mitosis where the chromosomes separate to the opposite poles of the cell.
the final stage of mitosis where a nuclear membrane surrounds the new chromosomes
a body cell
sex cell (sperm or ovum)
having an extra chromosome
the part of the cell cycle where it carries out its normal functions until division
a diagram of pictures and arrangement of a cell's chromosomes
the division of a cell's nucleus
a chromosome determining sex. can be Y or X.
a cell with only 1 set of chromosomes
a cell containing 2 haploid sets
copies of each autosome in a cell
the cycle of growth and division in a cell's life
where chromatids connect to chromosomes
when a prokaryote divides
thread composed of genes
codes for certain traits
one of two rods on a chromosome
when cytoplasm divides during cell reproduction. takes place after mitosis.
assists in the movement of chromosomes during mitosis
disease of uncontrolled cell growth