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Cell division is a process by which a cell, called the parent cell, divides into two or more cells, called daughter cells. Cell division is usually a small segment of a larger cell cycle. This type of cell division in...
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... centromere, becoming two individual daughter chromosomes, each now with only one ... end of mitosis, these daughter chromosomes are segregated from each ...
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... two daughter nuclei, each with the same number and kinds if chromosomes as the... The daughter cells have one chromosome from each homologous pair. ...
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3. Anaphase.—The daughter chromosomes, thus separated, travel in opposite ... The daughter chromosomes now arrange themselves into a skein or spirem, and ...
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Offers a pictorial tour of the process of cell division. ... the onset of anaphase, each daughter chromosome possesses one centromere and one ...
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Brief review of mitosis, a comparison with meiosis and step-by-step walk ... Telophase—the groups of daughter chromosomes are grouped within a developing ...
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The chromosomes are distributed to the daughter cells by the centromeres which ... when adjacent chromosomes with nonhomologous centromeres move to daughter cells. ...
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cell division n. The process by which a cell divides to form two daughter cells. ... the telomeres, protective bits of DNA on the end of a chromosome[citation needed] ...
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H. In mitosis, two daughter cells have same chromosome number as parent cell; in ... provides 2n possible combinations of chromosomes in daughter cells ...
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... one copy, and only one copy, of each sister chromosome to a daughter cell. ... "Sister chromosomes," "sister chromatids," "mother cells," "daughter cells," and " ...
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... daughter cells receives haploid. number of chromosomes. – Each ... Each daughter cell. now has one of each type of chromosome present. in the parent (2n) cell. ...
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Photos of the process ... each daughter cell with a complete set of chromosomes during cellular ... In telophase, the daughter chromosomes arrive at the ...
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