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What's the difference between prokaryotes and eukaryotes?
Prokaryotes use binary fission, and eukaryotes use mitosis and cytokinesis.
Think in terms of cell division.
What is the first step of cell division?
The chromosome attaches to the plasma membrane.
Something attaches to something else.
What does a cell enlarge after the first step of cell division?
Its plasma membrane, cell wall, and overall volume.
There are three answers.
What does DNA replication produce?
Two identical chromosomes.
They're identical.
What's the last step of cell division?
The cell finally splits into two new daughter cells.
What does cell division produce?
Are sister chromatids attached or separated?
50/50 chance...
Are daughter chromosomes attached or separated?
50/50 chance...
Where are diploids found?
In somatic cells.
It's a type of cell.
Where are haploids found?
In gametes.
Think sexual reproduction.
What happens in each phase:
a) G1
b) S
c) G2
a) the cell grows
b) DNA synthesis occurs
c) the cell grows once again
a and c are the same.