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Genetics and cell division
Prokaryotic cell division goes under an entirely different name
The repeating pattern of growth genetic duplication and division seen in most cells
A cellular structure that acts as an organizing center for the assembly of microtubles
One of the 2 identical strands of chromatin that
Make up a chromosome in its duplicated state
A molecular complex composed of DNA and associated proteins that makes up the chromosomes of eukaryotic organisms
The DNA in each cell comes divided and package into individual units of DNA * different organisms have different numbers of chromosomes human cells have 46
The physical separation of one cell into 2 daughter cells
The chemically active proteins that speed up or in practical terms enable chemical reactions in living things
The study of physical inheritance among living things it concerns the storage duplication and transfer of information
The complete collection of that organisms genetic information.
This information exists in units called.. That lie along DNAs famous double helix
23 pairs homologous here meaning the same in size and function homologous chromosomes are not exactly alike
That portion of the cell cycle in which the cell stimultaneously carries out its work and in preparation for division duplicates its chromosomes
A pictorial arrangement of a complete set of human chromosomes
Is not a structure but instead is a plane located midway between the poles of a dividing cell
Protein fibers that are part of the cells cytoskeleton or internal fiber network
The separation of a cells duplicated chromosomes prior to cytokinesis
That portion of the cell cycle that includes both mitosis and cytokinesis
Microtubles active in cell division