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Bio 101, Cancer and Reproduction
Steps of Mitosis: Interphase
Steps of Mitosis: Prophase
Steps of Mitosis: Metaphase
Steps of Mitosis: Anaphase
Cell copies its DNA in preparation for mitosis
Chromatin, the complex of DNA and proteins contained in the n…
Cell's chromosomes align themselves in the middle of the cell…
Process that separates the duplicated genetic material carrie…
Steps of Mitosis: Interphase
Cell copies its DNA in preparation for mitosis
Steps of Mitosis: Prophase
Chromatin, the complex of DNA and proteins contained in the n…
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Biology Ch2 - BIO 101
Strong chemical bonds due to the shari…
Electrons are transferred between two…
Polar covalent bond is created when
The unequal sharing of electrons betwe…
Covalent bonds
Ionic bonds
atoms within the bond do not have the same pull on the shared…
polar molecule
Strong chemical bonds due to the shari…
Covalent bonds
Electrons are transferred between two…
Ionic bonds
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Bio 101 Reproduction
Animal Feature
Plant Life Cycle
Asexual reproduction
Fission
more than one cell... Diverse in form ... invertebrates dominate…
1. sporophyte diploid... 2. spores via miosis... 3. gametophyte hap…
adv: faster... w/o sex ... Ex: protists, cnidaria, tunicate
Asexual Reproduction... mitotically produced cells from parent
Animal Feature
more than one cell... Diverse in form ... invertebrates dominate…
Plant Life Cycle
1. sporophyte diploid... 2. spores via miosis... 3. gametophyte hap…
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Biology 101- Reproduction II
Reproductive cycle
Ovarian cycle
Menstrual cycle
Menstruation
Recurring sequence of events that produces gametes
Controls the growth and the release of an egg
Uterus is prepared for possible implantation of an embryo
Uterine bleeding caused by the breakdown of the endometrium
Reproductive cycle
Recurring sequence of events that produces gametes
Ovarian cycle
Controls the growth and the release of an egg
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bio101 Asexual Reproduction
Fission
Cnidaria
Sexual Reproduction
External Fertilization
Mitotically produced cells from a single parent cell
Part of the parental body gives rise to a new individual
Union of the gametes, egg and sperm
Fertilization occurs outside the body ( most bony first, sess…
Fission
Mitotically produced cells from a single parent cell
Cnidaria
Part of the parental body gives rise to a new individual
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Reproductive BIO 101
Testes, Epididymis, Vas Deferens, Semi…
Testes
Epididymis
Vas Deferens
Male Internal Reproductive Organs
Bilateral paired ovoid shaped structures that produce sperm a…
Tightly coiled tubes that stores sperm cells until they mature
Muscular tube that transport sperm
Testes, Epididymis, Vas Deferens, Semi…
Male Internal Reproductive Organs
Testes
Bilateral paired ovoid shaped structures that produce sperm a…
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BIO 101 Male Reproductive
Male Reproductive System
Testes
Seminiferous
Spermatogenesis
Consists of the testes, scrotum, a ductal system, accessory s…
2 oval shaped organs that lie outside the abdominal cavity wi…
Tightly coiled ducts inside the testes where sperm are produc…
Process by which sperm are produced.
Male Reproductive System
Consists of the testes, scrotum, a ductal system, accessory s…
Testes
2 oval shaped organs that lie outside the abdominal cavity wi…
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BIO 101 Female Reproductive
Female Reproductive System
Ovaries
Oogenesis
Ovum
Composed of the ovaries, uterine tubes, uterus, vagina, exter…
Lie within shallow depressions; superior to pelvic/ lateral t…
Formation/development of ovum.
Mature female reproductive cell.
Female Reproductive System
Composed of the ovaries, uterine tubes, uterus, vagina, exter…
Ovaries
Lie within shallow depressions; superior to pelvic/ lateral t…
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Bio 101 Reproduction
Which organism can reproduce both sexu…
What is binary fission?
What is budding?
What is parthenogeneisis?
Daphnia
Split into two different organisms
Offspring forms in/on parents
Females producing offspring without the need of male fertiliz…
Which organism can reproduce both sexu…
Daphnia
What is binary fission?
Split into two different organisms
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Male reproductive Bio 101
Testes
Seminiferous Tubules
Sperm
Hormone secretion
two oval shaped organs that lie outside the abdominal cavity…
tightly coiled ducts located within the testes where sperm ar…
a mature reproductive cell(gamete)
testes produce and secrete the male sex hormone testosterone,…
Testes
two oval shaped organs that lie outside the abdominal cavity…
Seminiferous Tubules
tightly coiled ducts located within the testes where sperm ar…
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Biology 101 Reproductive Syestem
Sexual Reproduction
Asexual Reproduction
Gametes
Gonads
Creation of offspring from two parents
Creation of offspring from a single parent
Sex cells... Egg or sperm
Gamete-producing structures... Ovaries or testes
Sexual Reproduction
Creation of offspring from two parents
Asexual Reproduction
Creation of offspring from a single parent
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Reproductive System(BIO 101)
female reproductive system
Ovaries
Oogenesis
Ovum
composed of the ovaries, uterine tubes, uterus, vagina, and e…
produce ovum; lie within shallow depressions, superior to the…
formation and development of ovum
mature female reproductive cell
female reproductive system
composed of the ovaries, uterine tubes, uterus, vagina, and e…
Ovaries
produce ovum; lie within shallow depressions, superior to the…
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Bio101 Reproductive
produce sperm and the male sex hormone…
stores sperm cells until they mature
transports sperm
vasectomy
the function of testes
what is the function of the epididymis?
what is the function of the vas deferens?
a partial removal of the vas deferens; used to render a male…
produce sperm and the male sex hormone…
the function of testes
stores sperm cells until they mature
what is the function of the epididymis?
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BIO 101: Female Reproductive
Female Reproductifve System
Ovaries
Oogenesis
Ovulation
Ovaries, uterine tubes, uterus, vagina, and external organs
Lie within shallow depressions, superior to the pelvic region…
Formation and development of ovum
Discharge of a mature unimpregnated ovum from the ovary
Female Reproductifve System
Ovaries, uterine tubes, uterus, vagina, and external organs
Ovaries
Lie within shallow depressions, superior to the pelvic region…
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Biology 101 Reproductive
What are the male internal reproductiv…
What are the male external reproductiv…
What are the Female internal reproduct…
What are the Female external reproduct…
Testes, Epididymis, Vas Deferens, Seminal Vesicle, Ejaculator…
Scrotum and penis.
Ovaries, Uterine (Fallopian) tubes, Uterus, Vagina, Greater v…
Labia Majora, Labia minora, Clitoris, and vestibule.
What are the male internal reproductiv…
Testes, Epididymis, Vas Deferens, Seminal Vesicle, Ejaculator…
What are the male external reproductiv…
Scrotum and penis.
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Biology 101 Reproductive
What are the male internal reproductiv…
What are the male external reproductiv…
What are the Female internal reproduct…
What are the Female external reproduct…
Testes, Epididymis, Vas Deferens, Seminal Vesicle, Ejaculator…
Scrotum and penis.
Ovaries, Uterine (Fallopian) tubes, Uterus, Vagina, Greater v…
Labia Majora, Labia minora, Clitoris, and vestibule.
What are the male internal reproductiv…
Testes, Epididymis, Vas Deferens, Seminal Vesicle, Ejaculator…
What are the male external reproductiv…
Scrotum and penis.
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Biology 101 Reproductive
What are the male internal reproductiv…
What are the male external reproductiv…
What are the Female internal reproduct…
What are the Female external reproduct…
Testes, Epididymis, Vas Deferens, Seminal Vesicle, Ejaculator…
Scrotum and penis.
Ovaries, Uterine (Fallopian) tubes, Uterus, Vagina, Greater v…
Labia Majora, Labia minora, Clitoris, and vestibule.
What are the male internal reproductiv…
Testes, Epididymis, Vas Deferens, Seminal Vesicle, Ejaculator…
What are the male external reproductiv…
Scrotum and penis.
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Bio 101 Reproductive System
Male Internal Reproductive Organs
Testes
Epididymis
Vas Deferens
Testes, Epididymis, Vas Deferens, Seminal Vesicle, Ejaculator…
Within scrotum and produces sperm and testosterone through se…
Recieves produced sperm for storage
45 cm long, Transports sperm
Male Internal Reproductive Organs
Testes, Epididymis, Vas Deferens, Seminal Vesicle, Ejaculator…
Testes
Within scrotum and produces sperm and testosterone through se…
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Bio 101: Chapter 6: Reproduction
Types of Reproduction
Asexual Reproduction
Sexual Reproduction
Advantages of Asexual Reproduction
-Asexual ... -Sexual
-No mixture of DNA ... -No gametes... -Produce clones of themself
-combination/ mixture of DNA... -gametes produced from meiosis... -…
-passes on all your genes ... -no time, energy or risks involved…
Types of Reproduction
-Asexual ... -Sexual
Asexual Reproduction
-No mixture of DNA ... -No gametes... -Produce clones of themself
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Bio101 Reproductive Technologies
what can we do?
What is the Assisted Reproductive Tech…
Is the Assisted Reproductive Technolog…
infertility
freeze cancer patient oocytes prior to treatment, retrieve sp…
replace female or male gamete, aid fertilization, provide ute…
no
inability to conceive after 1 year of frequent intercourse wi…
what can we do?
freeze cancer patient oocytes prior to treatment, retrieve sp…
What is the Assisted Reproductive Tech…
replace female or male gamete, aid fertilization, provide ute…
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Biology 101 Reproductive
What are the male internal reproductiv…
What are the male external reproductiv…
What are the Female internal reproduct…
What are the Female external reproduct…
Testes, Epididymis, Vas Deferens, Seminal Vesicle, Ejaculator…
Scrotum and penis.
Ovaries, Uterine (Fallopian) tubes, Uterus, Vagina, Greater v…
Labia Majora, Labia minora, Clitoris, and vestibule.
What are the male internal reproductiv…
Testes, Epididymis, Vas Deferens, Seminal Vesicle, Ejaculator…
What are the male external reproductiv…
Scrotum and penis.
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Bio 101 reproduction- circulatory lecture
Budding
Fragmentation
What are some challenges of sexual rep…
Animals may reproduce exclusively asex…
(asexual reproduction)
(asexual reproduction)
Sperm must be able to find an egg... Gametes need a moist envir…
first asexual then sexual
Budding
(asexual reproduction)
Fragmentation
(asexual reproduction)
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Topic 10 reproduction biology 101
sex
do sex and reproduction occur at the s…
another name for asexual reproduction
how many parents in asexual reproduction
recombination of genetic material
in some species, no
cloning
1
sex
recombination of genetic material
do sex and reproduction occur at the s…
in some species, no
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BIO 101-Chapter 9: Sexual Reproduction and Meiosis
conjugation
diploid cells (2n)
karyotype
autosomes
one bacterial cell uses an outgrowth called a sex pilus to tr…
Cells that contain two full sets of chromosomes, one from eac…
A display of the chromosome pairs of a cell arranged by size…
Chromosomes that are the same for both sexes.
conjugation
one bacterial cell uses an outgrowth called a sex pilus to tr…
diploid cells (2n)
Cells that contain two full sets of chromosomes, one from eac…
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BIO 101-Chapter 8: Cellular Reproduction
Asexual reproduction
Sexual Reproduction
cell cycle
Cell Cycle Order
cell division where a parent cell divides into two identical…
The production of a new organism by combining information fro…
The events that occur from one cell division until the next.…
-Interphase... - G1 (Growth 1)... - Synthesis... - G2 (Growth 2)... - (M)…
Asexual reproduction
cell division where a parent cell divides into two identical…
Sexual Reproduction
The production of a new organism by combining information fro…
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Bio 101 Mammilian reproduction and reproductive system
Ovulation
estrus
estrus cycle
Menstrual cycle
cyclic release of a mature ovum from the ovary of a female
at ovulation, female sexually receptive to male, "in heat"
Hormonally controlled. Signal for copulation for fertilizatio…
Hormonally controlled. Signal for fertilization, copulation c…
Ovulation
cyclic release of a mature ovum from the ovary of a female
estrus
at ovulation, female sexually receptive to male, "in heat"
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Bio 101: Rad Biology
ion
molecule
carbohydrates
lipids
unequal number of protons and electrons
2 or more atoms sharing electrons; 02
main source of chemical energy, water soluble
insoluble; fatty acids
ion
unequal number of protons and electrons
molecule
2 or more atoms sharing electrons; 02
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Biology 101- Human Reproduction I
Reproduction
Asexual reproduction
Budding
Fission
The creation of new individuals from existing ones
- Creation of genetically identical offspring by a lone paren…
Outgrowth and eventually splitting off of a new individual
Separation of a parent into two or more offspring of about eq…
Reproduction
The creation of new individuals from existing ones
Asexual reproduction
- Creation of genetically identical offspring by a lone paren…
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UNIT 4 reproduction-Bio 101
forms of reproduction
sexual reproduction
asexual reproduction
parthenogenisis
sexual ... asexual ... parthenogenisis... hermaphroditism
haploid gametes (sperm and egg) combine to form a diploid zyg…
mitosis (fission)... budding (yeast) -ex hydra... fragmentation (pl…
usually considered asexual reproduction ... controversial, no ma…
forms of reproduction
sexual ... asexual ... parthenogenisis... hermaphroditism
sexual reproduction
haploid gametes (sperm and egg) combine to form a diploid zyg…
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BIO 101 Cellular Reproduction and Genetics
proto-oncogens
tumor suppressors
sister chromatids
centromere
genes that normally stimulate cell division
genes that normally inhibit cell division
one of the two identical parts of a duplicated chromosome; re…
region of a duplicated chromosome where sister chromatids are…
proto-oncogens
genes that normally stimulate cell division
tumor suppressors
genes that normally inhibit cell division
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BIO 101 meiosis and sexual reproduction
Homologous pairs consist of
Paternal and Maternal Chromosomes are
Chromosomes with one chromatid duplica…
Meiosis
Paternal Chromosomes ... Maternal Chromosomes
Nonsister chromatids
Sister Chromatids
Is a cellular division that creates haploid (n) cells from a…
Homologous pairs consist of
Paternal Chromosomes ... Maternal Chromosomes
Paternal and Maternal Chromosomes are
Nonsister chromatids
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Bio 101 Female Reproductive System
Ovaries
Ovarian follicles
Primary oocytes
Clitoris
two suspended inside the abdominal cavity
functional units containing the developing ovum and granulosa…
develop into eggs
sensitive to sexual stimulation (analogous to penis)
Ovaries
two suspended inside the abdominal cavity
Ovarian follicles
functional units containing the developing ovum and granulosa…
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Bio 101 Plant Biology
homology
Shh
Sox9
homoplasy
similarities that result from common ancestry. divergence und…
determines polarity and asymmetry of a limb
early cartilage development
independent similarities. ex: two flowers which are independe…
homology
similarities that result from common ancestry. divergence und…
Shh
determines polarity and asymmetry of a limb
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BIO 101 Reproductive Test 2
Testes
What is the testes function?
Epididymis
What is the function of Epididymis?
Paired, bilateral ovoid shaped structures... 5cm long and 3cim i…
Produce testosterones
tightly coiled tube... emerges from the top of each testis... Recei…
Stores sperm cells until they mature
Testes
Paired, bilateral ovoid shaped structures... 5cm long and 3cim i…
What is the testes function?
Produce testosterones
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METC BIO 101: Reproductive System
List the male internal reproductive or…
epididymis
testes
vas deferens
testes... epididymis... vas deferens... seminal vesicle... ejaculatory du…
this structure stores sperm cells until they mature
produce sperm and the male sex hormone, testosterone
responsible for transporting sperm
List the male internal reproductive or…
testes... epididymis... vas deferens... seminal vesicle... ejaculatory du…
epididymis
this structure stores sperm cells until they mature
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Bio 101 Cell Biology
sugars
fatty acids
amino acids
nucleotides
carbrohydrates
lipids. high energy lipid droplets, can form phospholipids. 2…
proteins
nucleic acids
sugars
carbrohydrates
fatty acids
lipids. high energy lipid droplets, can form phospholipids. 2…
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Bio101-male reproductive organs
Testes
Seminiferous tubules
Spermatogenesis
Sperm
Oval shaped organ, lie outside abdominal cavity within scrotu…
Tightly coiled ducts in testes where Sperm is oroduced
Process by which Sperm are produced. Takes 65 to 75 days.
Male reproductive crll
Testes
Oval shaped organ, lie outside abdominal cavity within scrotu…
Seminiferous tubules
Tightly coiled ducts in testes where Sperm is oroduced
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BIO 101 chemistry for biology
atomic number is equal to the number o…
atomic mass is equal to the number of…
first electron shell holds _____ elect…
second electron shell holds_____ elect…
protons
protons; neutrons
two
eight
atomic number is equal to the number o…
protons
atomic mass is equal to the number of…
protons; neutrons
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BIO 101: Male Reproductive System
Testes
Spermatogenesis
Sperm
Scrotum
Two oval shaped organs lie outside abdominal cavity with scro…
Process by which sperm are produced
Mature male reproductive cell
Sac-like structure suspended outside body inferior to pubic s…
Testes
Two oval shaped organs lie outside abdominal cavity with scro…
Spermatogenesis
Process by which sperm are produced
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Bio101- female reproductive system
Ovaries
Oogenesis
Ovum
Ovulation
Produce ovum
The development of the ovum
The female reproductive cell
Discharge of unimpregnated ovum from the ovary
Ovaries
Produce ovum
Oogenesis
The development of the ovum
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Biology 101- Human Reproduction I Questions
Compare and contrast asexual and sexua…
What are the similarities between the…
Name the parts of the female reproduct…
Name the parts of the male reproductiv…
- Asexual reproduction results in a generation of genetically…
Gonads, ducts to store and deliver gametes, structures that a…
Ovaries, follicles, ovulation, corpus luteum, oviduct uterus,…
Testes, scrotum, testicle, epididymis, vas deferens, ejaculat…
Compare and contrast asexual and sexua…
- Asexual reproduction results in a generation of genetically…
What are the similarities between the…
Gonads, ducts to store and deliver gametes, structures that a…
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BIO 101-Chapter 9: Sexual Reproduction and Meiosis
conjugation
diploid cells (2n)
karyotype
autosomes
one bacterial cell uses an outgrowth called a sex pilus to tr…
Cells that contain two full sets of chromosomes, one from eac…
A display of the chromosome pairs of a cell arranged by size…
Chromosomes that are the same for both sexes.
conjugation
one bacterial cell uses an outgrowth called a sex pilus to tr…
diploid cells (2n)
Cells that contain two full sets of chromosomes, one from eac…
28 terms
BIO 101-Chapter 1: Biology Today
the five characteristics of life
atom
molecule
organelle
(1)Organization, (2) energy use... (3)maintenance of internal co…
The smallest chemical unit of a type of pure substance (eleme…
A group of joined atoms.
the small, functional parts of a cell.
the five characteristics of life
(1)Organization, (2) energy use... (3)maintenance of internal co…
atom
The smallest chemical unit of a type of pure substance (eleme…
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Ch.06 Reproduction at the Cellular Level BIO101
Anaphase
Binary fission
Cell cycle checkpoints
Cell cycle
The stage of mitosis during which sister chromatids are separ…
The process of prokaryotic cell division
Mechanisms that monitor the preparedness of a eukaryotic cell…
The ordered sequence of events that a cell passes through bet…
Anaphase
The stage of mitosis during which sister chromatids are separ…
Binary fission
The process of prokaryotic cell division
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Biology 101 - Chapter 10 Meiosis and Sexual Reproduction
Alleles
Alternation of Generations
Aneuploidy
Barr Body
Alternate forms of genes that produce alternate physical trai…
When the multicellular structure of a haploid generation prod…
A change in the number of chromosomes due to nondisjunction d…
An additional X chromosome that becomes an inactive mass
Alleles
Alternate forms of genes that produce alternate physical trai…
Alternation of Generations
When the multicellular structure of a haploid generation prod…
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Bio 101 Class Insecta: Reproduction and Excretion
Ovoviviparous
Viviparous
What do you call the shell of an egg
Female Reproductive Structure
egg hatch after being laid; egg laid when embryo is almost fu…
embryo develop inside female; live birth... - some insects
Chorion
Ovaries- a pair; makes egg... Common oviduct- sperm goes into fe…
Ovoviviparous
egg hatch after being laid; egg laid when embryo is almost fu…
Viviparous
embryo develop inside female; live birth... - some insects
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Biology 101 - Chapter 10 Meiosis and Sexual Reproduction
Alleles
Alternation of Generations
Aneuploidy
Barr Body
Alternate forms of genes that produce alternate physical trai…
When the multicellular structure of a haploid generation prod…
change in the number of chromosomes due to nondisjunction dur…
An additional X chromosome that becomes an inactive mass
Alleles
Alternate forms of genes that produce alternate physical trai…
Alternation of Generations
When the multicellular structure of a haploid generation prod…
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Biology 101: Chapter 8 Cellular Reproduction
How do cells reproduce?
Explain asexual reproduction
Explain sexual reproduction
What is a histone?
cells reproduce through cell devision
these are single cells reproducing through cell division. the…
requires fertilization of an egg by a sperm. it uses meiosis.…
proteins used to package DNA in eukaryotes
How do cells reproduce?
cells reproduce through cell devision
Explain asexual reproduction
these are single cells reproducing through cell division. the…
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Biology 101 - Chapter 10 Meiosis and Sexual Reproduction
Alleles
Alternation of Generations
Aneuploidy
Barr Body
Alternate forms of genes that produce alternate physical trai…
When the multicellular structure of a haploid generation prod…
A change in the number of chromosomes due to nondisjunction d…
An additional X chromosome that becomes an inactive mass
Alleles
Alternate forms of genes that produce alternate physical trai…
Alternation of Generations
When the multicellular structure of a haploid generation prod…
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Biology 101 Ch. 8 Sexual Reproduction
Meiosis
Random Fertilization
Diploid
Haploid
In a sexually reproducing organism, the division of a single…
Source of genetic variation caused by the unlimited number of…
In an organism that reproduces sexually, a cell containing tw…
In the life cycle of an organism that reproduces sexually, a…
Meiosis
In a sexually reproducing organism, the division of a single…
Random Fertilization
Source of genetic variation caused by the unlimited number of…
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