6th Grade Science - Mitosis
Mitosis & Cell Division
cells that are in the process of dividing
cells that are not dividing
carries the genetic information of a cell
cells reproduce by splitting in half
What are the 4 phases of mitosis?
prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telephase
phase when DNA is duplicated
phase when chromatids pull apart
phase when centrioles move to opposite ends of the cell stretching fibers across the cell
phase when a new nuclear membrane develops
phase when a cell has a single line of chromosomes
metaphase, anaphase, telephase
3 phase when individual chromosomes are no longer visible
each chromosome consists of a pair of identical chromatids attached together by this structure
term for having a full set of chromosomes
Mitosis ends with cells having how many chromosomes?
Mitosis ends with how many daughter cells?
Mitosis has how many parent cells?
mitosis occurs in which type of cells?
when a new organism is produced from one organism
the way cells without a nucleus reproduce
when the bud on the adult become large enough to break away and live on its own
process of reproducing by the organism breaking into pieces and a whole new organism can grow from each piece
a series of events from one cell division to the next
most of a eukaryotic cell's life is in what phase?
fission, budding and regeneration are forms of what type of reproduction?