C1-100-The answer is…
The process by which a cell divides into 2 daughter cells.
C1-200-The answer is…
The structure that holds chromatids together centromere
C1-300-The answer is…
The nucleus disappears in this phase
C1-400-The answer is…
This is the last phase of mitosis
C1-500-The answer is…
What are the phases of mitosis in the proper order?
Prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase
C2-100-The answer is…
The chromosomes line up along the middle of the cell in this phase.
C2-200-The answer is…
Each half of a chromosome is called a… chromatid
C2-300-The answer is…
What is the function of the spindle fibers?
To separate the chromosomes
C2-400-The answer is…
During mitosis, a cell that has 54 chromosomes will produce daughter cells with ______ chromosomes.
C2-500-The answer is…
This is the process that forms gametes.
C3-100-The answer is…
This process occurs in meiosis and mixes up the genetic information.
C3-200-The answer is…
Meiosis forms _____ new cells.
C3-300-The answer is…
The cells spend the majority of their lives in this phase.
C3-400-The answer is…
Body cells are also called this.
C3-500-The answer is…
This is the function of mitosis.
To produce cells for growth and repair
C4-100-The answer is…
An organism with 64 autosomes will make a sex cell with
C4-200-The answer is…
These structures create the mitotic spindle in animal cells.
C4-300-The answer is…
DNA is called this during Interphase chromatin
C4-400-The answer is…
The nucleus reforms in this phase telophase
C4-500-The answer is…
Chromosomes separate and move to the sides of the cell in this phase.
C5-100-The answer is…
Cells grow and prepare to divide in this phase
C5-200-The answer is…
This is the splitting of the cytoplasm.
C5-300-The answer is…
Interphase, Mitosis, and Cytokinesis make up this.
The cell cycle.
C5-400-The answer is…
DNA replicates during this phase.
C6-500-The answer is…
This is the purpose of meiosis
To create haploid cells for reproduction
List five ways in which Mitosis and Meiosis are different.
2 cells vs. 4 cells
Diploid vs. Haploid
Sex cells vs. Somatic cells
Identical to parent, different than parent
One cell division vs. two cell divisions