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As a cell prepares to divide a DNA Molecule and its associated protiens coil to form a....
Chromosome.
The numver of chromosomes found in a human body cell is?
46 Chromosomes.
The condition in which a diploid cell has an extra chromosome is called?
Trisomy.
The Sex of a human offspring is determined by which parent?
The male.
Bacteria Reproduce through?
Binary Fision.
The repeating sequence of gowth through a eukariotic cell is called.
The Cell Cycle.
What are the stages of Mitosis?
Prophase, Anaphase, Telophase Metaphase.
In sexual reproduction, a male and female gamete combine to make?
Zygote with 46 Chromosomes.
In plant cells cytokinesis requires the formation of?
Cell Wall.
Normal cells become cancerous through.
Genetic Mutations.
UV Radiation.
Viruses.
Two copies of DNA that form just before cell division.
Chromatids.
The point at which two chromatids are attached.
Centromere.
Chromosomes that are similar in shape and genetic information.
Homologous Chromosomes.
A cell that contains two sets of chromosomes.
Diploid.
Sperm and Egg Cell.
Gametes.
A cell that contains one sets of chromosomes.
Haploid.
A diploid cell that results from the fusion of two haploid gametes.
Zygote.
Supplies information that directs a cell's activities and characteristics.
DNA.
A pictiure of the chromosomes found in an individual's cell.
Karyotype.
Cytoplasm Divides.
Cytokenisis.
Changes in an organisms genetic material.
Mutations.
A mutation that occurs when a chromosome fragment breaks off and is lost.
Deletion.