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Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
Biology - Cell cycle and mitosis 1112
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  • 1.  
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  • 4. Asexual Reproduction
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  • 6. Sexual Reproduction
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  • 26. A chicken has 78 Chromosomes in its Somatic Cells:
    • How many chromosomes did the chicken inherit from each parent?
    • How many chromosomes are in each of the chicken’s gametes?
    • How many chromosomes will be in each somatic cell of the chicken’s offspring?
    • How many chromosomes are in a “set”
    • Which came first…chicken or egg?
  • 27. How many chromosomes are shown in this diagram? How many chromatids are shown?
  • 28.  
  • 29. Stages of Mitosis Number of cells Total Interphase Prophase Metaphase Anaphase Telophase
  • 30. Growth and Development
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  • 39. Uncontrolled Growth
  • 40. HeLa Cells
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  • 43. Angiogenesis
  • 44. Apoptosis
  • 45. “ Immortal Cells”
  • 46. Telomerase
  • 47. Metastasis
  • 48. Immune System
  • 49. T-Cells and B-Cells
  • 50. Embryonic Stem Cell
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  • 54. Stem Cells II
  • 55. Embryonic Stem Cells (ES)
  • 56.  
  • 57. In Vitro Fertilization Louise Brown – Birthday 1978
  • 58. Nuclear Transfer
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  • 60. Adult Stem Cells
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  • 64. Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPS)
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  • 66. Science NOW – Stem Cells
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  • 94. Question 1
    • A: What is the role of mitosis and meiosis in the human life cycle. Please be specific.
    • B: What is the difference from sister chromatids and homologous chromosomes?
    • C: Does a tumor metastasizing relate more to anchorage dependance or density-dependent inhibition? Explain.
    • D: For a cell 2n=24. How many chromosomes would be in a cell:
      • D1: After Mitosis?
      • D2: In a gamete of this organism?
      • D3: In a cell after meiosis I?
      • D4: After meiosis II?
  • 95. Question 2
    • If this is a cell undergoing mitosis
    • A: What stage is this cell in?
    • B: Would you find the homologous Chromosome to chromosome 1, at 2 or 3…explain.
    • C: What stage precedes this image?
    1 2 3
  • 96. Question 3
    • A:Which cell(s) has the spindle comletely formed?
    • B:Which cell’s DNA is entirely in the form of chromatin?
    • C:If these were human cells which cell(s) would have 46 chromosomes?
    • D: In which cells are sister chromatids connected by a centromere?
    1 2 3
  • 97. Question 4
    • A: Which Cell is in metaphase II?
    • B: In stage 5, what is being seperated from each other?
    • C: Immediately after stage 6 is the DNA replicated?
    • D: Are these stages listed in chronological order?
    • E. Assuming that this is a human cell, are the cells produced by stage 6 haploid or diploid? Explain.
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  • 98. Question 5
    • A: What stage of the cell cycle or mitosis is represented by 1?
    • B: How would you describe the DNA in 2? Please be specific.
    • C: Which stages are represented from 3?
      • Prophase
      • Anaphase
      • Anaphase I
      • Anaphase II
      • Metaphase II
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  • 99. Question 6
    • A: What is the name of structure 2?
    • B: Is structure 3 a kinetochore or non-kinetochore microtubule?
    • C: What is the blue thing in this image?
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  • 100. Question 7
    • What specific events could create gametes as shown in the image below?
  • 101. Question 8
    • Please Order the cells of the cell cycle shown in order of sequence…the earliest first.
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