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Lecture 15 | Chapter 11 | Cell Division 1

by: Mia Michael

Lecture 15 | Chapter 11 | Cell Division 1 Lecture

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These are the notes from the lecture and from a few tutoring sessions I attended afterwards! I did not draw all of the figures but I did give the names so that you can look them up in the book! Bio...
Fund of Life Science Bio Cells
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Biology, how life works, cell division, Mitosis, Meiosis, interphase, cell cycles, Science
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and their functions Material That Is Not in the Textbook 1 Neutrophil migration video 2 Experiment with cytochalasin and amoeba Guide to Chapter 11 Cell Division Important TermsConcepts Binary fission mitosis and meiosis 1 a Similarities b Differences c Major characteristics of each stage 2 Kinetochores 3 Sister and nonsister chromatids when do they separate and how many are there for a particular chromosome at each stage of cell division 4 Cell cycle 5 Synapsis 6 Haploid vs Diploid Material That Is Not in the Textbook 1 Cohesion 2 Segregation of organelles 3 Somatic vs germ cells 4 p21 5 Factors initiating cell division growth factors for eukaryotes Discussed in Lecture 16 Don t worry about these details for Exam 3 1 Sections 114 and 115 will be covered on Exam 4


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