CHAPTER 11.4 QUIZ STUDY
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A term to refer to chromosomes in which one set comes from the female parent and one from the male parent. This would be a matching (or same) pair.
A type of cell division in which gametes (sex cells) are produced.
A type of ell division in which two daughter cells are produced that are exact copies of the parent cell. This would be for making more copies of cells or asexual reproduction.
A cell that contains two sets of chromosomes, one from each parent. 2N
A cell that contains one set of chromosomes. 1N
A structure in meiosis that contains a set of four chromatids formed by two pairs of replicated chromosomes
The process that occurs with the union of egg and sperm.
Cell produced by the union of egg and sperm
Exchange of DNA by the chromatids in a tetrad
An egg cell in a plant is fertilized by pollen from the same plant.
4 cells with 23 chromosomes
Which of the following normally results from meiosis in a human cell that contains 46 chromosomes?
The number of sex chromosomes in a human diploid (2N) cell is?
The 2N Cell represents the Zygote
parents (egg and sperm cells)
In sexual reproduction, the source of the genetic material in a zygote comes from _______________
An egg cell in a plant is fertilized by pollen from another plant.
What allele combinations can from from the genotype AaBB
Which cell division is responsible for making gametes?
Which cell division is responsible for creating 4 haploid cells
What part of Meiosis is responsible for creating genetic diversity?
Which cell division is responsible for growing a zygote changing into an embryo?
Which cell division is responsible for repairing your injured skin?
Which cell division creates 2 identical diploid cells?
Sex cells; egg and sperm in humans
A type of reproduction involving 1 parent in which two identical cells (or organisms) are made through Mitosis
A type of reproduction involving gametes from two parents that create offspring that are genetically different.
In which division of Meiosis (I or II) does crossing over occur?
In which division of Meiosis (I or II) do homologous chromosomes separate?
In which division of Meiosis (I or II) do sister chromatids separate?
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