Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase
Telophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Prophase
Metaphase, Prophase, Anaphase, Cytokynesis
4 Genetically Different Haploid Sex Cells
4 Identical Cells
4 Identical but Genetically Different Cells
2 Genetically Different Haploid Sex Cells
Number of gametes.
The occurrence of polyploidy
The expression of dominant traits
Reduction in the number of chromosomes per cell.
Decrease in the total number of cells per organism.
Single fertilized egg.
Group of genetically identical cells
Providing the instructions for traits of an organism
Preventing mutations from occurring during DNA Replication
Allowing the DNA to have the shape necessary for replication.
Helping the sugar phosphate backbone
In animal cells the division of the cytoplasm does not occur.
In animal cells the cell membrane is drawn inward until it pinches off.
In plant cells a cell plate develops.
In a plant cell the cell wall does not pull inward.
Four Daughter cells are haploid and genetically different
Two daughter cells are identical
Production of body cells
The daughter cells are diploids
The two new DNA strands are identical with one strand from the original and one new strand.
Both strands are not identical.
The sequence in both strands are different.
The amount of the DNA in the new strand is more that the original.
In genetic variation.
In the formation of diploid cells.
In the production of enzymes
Forming body cells.
The cells in G2 will have double the amount of DNA.
The cells in G2 will have no change in the amount of DNA.
The cells in the S-Phase have the more DNA.
The cells in G2 will look exactly like the ones in entering the S-Phase. No changes.