The "head" of the molecule
The "legs" of the molecule
No part of a phospholipid molecule is attracted to water
Has divided into two daughter cells with half the number of chromosomes
Has divided into two daughter cells with the same number of chromosomes
Has divided into two daughter cells with twice the number of chromosomes
The parent cell must replicate its chromosomes.
The parent cell must undergo cytokinesis.
The parent cell must be fertilized.
Centrioles in animal cells move to opposites sides of the cell before the sister chromatids separate.
A cell plate forms a new cell wall between two newly formed plant cells.
Animal cells reproduce through binary fission.
The plasma membrane
Two daughter cells with 4 chromosomes.
Two daughter cells with 8 chromosomes.
Two daughter cells with 16 chromosomes.