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Centromeres
Centrioles
Chromatids
Spindles
Increases genetic diversity
Simple and efficient
Produces large number of offspring quickly
Requires one parent
There is a direct relationship between temperature and developmental time of flies
The rate of cell division is faster at the increased temperature.
At a temperature of 36 C, the rate will be half the rate of 18 C (25.1 hours).
All of the choices are correct.
The genetic material is duplicated.
A cell grows in size.
The number of organelles increases.
The cytoplasm divides in two.
Parts of the tarantula stretched as it grew larger.
The tarantula ate food and water.
The total number of cells in the tarantula increased.
The tarantula cells all grew larger.
156; 78
78;78
78; 156
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78;39
It is only a coincidence; many organisms have an odd number of chromosomes.
Chromosomes double each time a cell divides; so after the first division, the number will always be even.
The diploid number represents a pair of chromosomes -- one from each parent -- so it will always be an even number.
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Cytokinesis
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