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Mitosis and Meiosis are both ways in which cells are divided into the body. Meiosis involves the creation of cells that are not genetically identical where, as in mitosis, the cells are the same as the parent cell. The...

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    Which of the following is a phase of mitosis?

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    Interphase is the final step in cell division which includes the division of the cytoplasm.

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    What is happening in this video?

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    Synapsis is when homologous chromosomes pair up to form a tetrad

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    What type of cell is created with Mitosis?

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Mitosis And Meiosis Questions & Answers

Which is an example of an heterozygous allele?
This is not a good question, with two of the choices being identical, and only one of the two being correct.
How many cells will the daughter cells have if the parent cells start out with 24 chromosomes?
Why it is 24 not 48 ... mitosis doesn't mean the double of the daughter cell!
How many will the daughter cells have in Meiosis if the parent cells has 40 chromosomes?
Meiosis is a little different than mitosis. In mitosis, you get two cells at the end with the final number of chromosomes still at 40 in each cell. In meiosis, the cells divide twice: once to split up the genes into half, and then again so that each