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Bio 502  mitosis presentation
Bio 502  mitosis presentation
Bio 502  mitosis presentation
Bio 502  mitosis presentation
Bio 502  mitosis presentation
Bio 502  mitosis presentation
Bio 502  mitosis presentation
Bio 502  mitosis presentation
Bio 502  mitosis presentation
Bio 502  mitosis presentation
Bio 502  mitosis presentation
Bio 502  mitosis presentation
Bio 502  mitosis presentation
Bio 502  mitosis presentation
Bio 502  mitosis presentation
Bio 502  mitosis presentation
Bio 502  mitosis presentation
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  • 1. MitosisMs. Johnson
  • 2. How does a single fertilized eggbecome a high school freshman (one cell to billions)
  • 3. MITOSIS!!!
  • 4. MitosisA type of cell division that results in twodaughter cells each the same as theparent nucleus, typical of ordinary tissuegrowth.
  • 5. The cell cycle
  • 6. Mitosis Thisprocess is divided into five phases  Prophase  Prometaphase  Metaphase  Anaphase  Telophase
  • 7. Cell Cycle
  • 8. Cell Cycle Interphase
  • 9. Mitosis Prophase
  • 10. Mitosis Prometaphase
  • 11. Mitosis Metaphase
  • 12. Mitosis Anaphase
  • 13. Mitotic Telophase
  • 14. Mitosis
  • 15. 1. This drawing shows various stages of mitosis in a fast growing onion root tip.Identify the cells interphase prophase metaphase anaphase telophase(by number) which are in the following stages of mitosis:Interphase _____________Prophase _____________Metaphase _____________Anaphase _____________Telophase _____________

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