Living organisms reproduce by two ways:
1. Asexual reproduction
2. Sexual reproduction
Cellular Reproduction involves two important processes:
2. Cell Division
Involves duplication of the cell's DNA and contents in cytoplasm.
Involves the separation of the cell's DNA and content into daughter cells.
Eukaryotic chromosomes are composed of:
The process of cellular reproduction involves an ordered series of steps
A cell spends most of its existence in what phase?
The ____ is an ordered sequence of events for cell division.
Cell cycle consists of two stages:
2. Mitotic Phase
Interphase is the duplication of cell contents. It has 3 steps:
1. G1 (1st Gap)
2. S (Synthesis)
3. G2 (2nd Gap)
G1 (1st gap) in intephase is:
Growth, increase in cytoplasm
S (synthesis) in interphase is:
Duplication of chromosomes - DNA replication
G2 (2nd gap) in interphase is:
Growth, preparation for division
Mitotic phase is division. It consists of two steps:
Mitosis has a series of stages:
and Cytokinesis which often overlaps Telophase.