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Cell Reproduction

Cytokinesis in plant cells; vesicles from the Golgi apparatus join together
Second phase of mitosis; the chromosomes line up at the equator
Uncontrolled cell growth
Structure that holds two chromatids together until they separate during call division
Two chromosomes that have the same gene sequence as each other
Cell division in Prokaryotes
Once replication has occurred, there are two copies of each homologous chromosome; held together by a centromere
Division of the actual cell;including the cytoplasm and remaining organelles
Cells at the end of cytokinesis/mitosis; two cells are identical to the original cell
One strand that makes up a chromosomes
In eukaryotes for growth, repair, and asexual reproduction
Third phase of mitosis; chromatids separate at the centromere and move towards opposite poles
Fourth and final phase of mitosis; chromosomes reach opposite ends of the cell
Cytokinesis in animal cells
Separation of the homologous chromosomes is random and results in genetic variation
First stage of mitosis, the centrosomes move to opposite poles
Made of micro-tubules and help move the chromosomes
Less tightly coiled DNA-protein complex
Produce the spindle fibers
Sex cells, reproductive cells
Rod shaped structures made of DNA and protiens
In eukaryotes to form gametes or reproductive cells
The time between cell divisions ; made up of G1, S, G2
The replicated homologous chromosomes (which are now made of 4 chromatids) line up beside each other
Chromatids twist around each other and exchange genetic material during crossing over