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asexual reproduction of cells

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Asexual reproduction of cells
Division of cells in reproductive organs
Somatic diploid cells
Normal body cells that have chromosomes in homologous pairs of 2, 1 set from a mother and 1 set from a father
Homologous pairs
2 pairs of one chromsome set from a mother and one chromsome set from a father
Cell division serves the purpose for --------
Keeping cells a small size, and reproduction
Tumors are ----
Build up of cells due to a mutation where they clone themselves uncontrollably.
Interphase -----------
When sister chromatids, which are identical twins, clone during cell division
2N represents that
Somatic diploid cells have homologous pairs, meaning two sets of mother and father chromsomes
Cells divide to -
Stay small so that they aren't forced to take in more nutrients, replace/fix old/damged cells
Which Phase?
Which Phase?
Which Phase
Which Phase
Telophase is when --
When the split chromosomes are pulled into 2 new nucleus
Cytokinesis is when ---
When the 2 newly formed nucleus split into their own cells
Which Phase
How many cells are left after Meiosis?
4 haploid gamete cells with 23 chromosomes
In meiosis, tetrads are ----
Where the homologous pairs, combine into 1 form
Tetrads "crossing over" means ---
The tetrads will combine into a set of chromsomes that have a mix of both mother and father DNA
Gametes are -----
Haploid sex cells