Cells & Cell structure Content
nucleus → gene → chromosome
gene → nucleus → chromosome
Gene → chromosome → nucleus
Chromosome → gene → nucleus
Tissues in which similar cells function together
Organs that help to carry out a specific life activity
Systems that are responsible for a specific life activity
organelles that carry out different functions
Different antibodies and mitotic cell division
Identical genetic codes and meiotic cell division
Different environments of the cells and the functioning of different parts of the genetic code
Similar steps in the development of the cells and a reduction in the number of chromosomes in each cell
Both are involved in asexual reproduction.
Both occur only in reproductive cells.
The number of chromosomes is reduced by half.
DNA replication occurs before the division of the nucleus.
An error in the process of cloning
An error in meiotic cell division
A gene mutation
Replication of a single chromosome during mitosis
Genes, hormones, and cell location
Antibodies, insulin, and starch
ATP, amino acids, and inorganic compounds
Abiotic resources, homeostasis, and selective breeding
Developing cells may express different parts of their identical genetic instructions.
Mutations occur during development as a result of environmental conditions.
All cells have different genetic material.
Some cells develop before other cells.
Packages what is made in the cell.
controls cell activities or contains the genetic codes.
Respiration or energy release or production of ATP
Regulates what enters and leaves the cell.
Synthesis of molecules
Release of energy
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