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    Cell Cycle and Mitosis Danny Rivas George Nassif Vuong Troung Josh Richardson University of California, Merced Biology 001 Laboratory Section 5 Ms. Ye Zhu February 4, 2015 Cell Cycle and Mitosis Within the cell cycle, there are four distinct phases which prepare the cell for separation as well as an additional phase where the cell can exit the cell cycle. The G1 phase is the first phase in which the cell commits to divide and grows in preparation. The S phase replicates each chromosome to create pairs of sister chromatids. The G2 phase synthesizes proteins in preparation of cell division in the M phase. The last phase of the cycle consists of 4 sub phases which the sister chromatids are separated and enclosed in a nuclear envelop…

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    Interruptions in the Cell Cycle The cell cycle is the process of which a somatic or gametic cell reproduces DNA and splits into two or four different cells, respectively. This process contains multiple stages such as G1, S, G2, Mitosis or Meiosis, and Cytokinesis. Throughout this procedure, many errors can occur and be harmful to the organism. To prevent these mistakes from becoming a problem, the cell cycle contains many checkpoints and regulators (Lodish). A checkpoint is where ‚Äústop and…

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    Meiosis Cell Cycle

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    meiosis.. Meiosis creates new cells that contain different data than that of the parent due to the genes getting shuffled around by cross linking. The chromatids which are parts of the chromosome cross over bits of data making the new cell unique from the parental chromosome. Dividing this way will ensure that the genes will be randomly selected and different from the parent chromosomes, which will then be passed on to the off spring. Cross linking provides more variation in the populations…

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    Cell cycle overview The role of the cell cycle is to allow a cell to increase its mass, acquire nutrients, duplicate DNA and divide into daughter cells. There are three stages within the cell cycle, interphase, mitotic (M) phase and cytokinesis. Interphase is further divided into Gap 1 (G1), Synthesis (S) and Gap 2 (G2) where the main agenda for the cell is to grow, and obtain nutrients in preparation for the next phase. The next stage is the M phase and includes four consecutive events,…

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    Cell Cycle Checkpoints

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    The checkpoints in the cell cycle There are several checkpoints the eukaryote cell cycle that controls the cells from proceeding from one to the next phase of the cell cycle. The point where the cells start to enter the cell cycle is at the G1 checkpoint, which is also known as the restriction checkpoint. At this point, the Retinoblastoma interacts with the E2F, which is the transcription factor to make cyclin E causes the E2F to be inhibited upon interaction. Cells with damaged DNA get…

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    Discussed in Chapter 17 is the cell cycle. The cell cycle is when the cell is replicated and divided. The cell cycle functions comparable to set of sequences in a control system. This control system behaves like switches with many backup processes and qualities allowing the cell cycle to operate effectively and efficiently. During the cell cycle, four stages occur known as G1 phase, S phase, G2 phase, & M phase. The G1 phase is where the cell is assigned to enter the process for chromosome…

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    Stem Cell Cycle Project

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    Stem Cell Cycle Project A Stem Cell is in the class of undifferentiated cells because it is able to adapt into another cell is one part of the body is losing cells. There are two types of Stem cells, you have Adult Stem Cells and Embryonic Stem cells. Adult Stem cells or Somatic Stem Cells, exit the body after Embryonic stage, and can be found in many types of tissue. Somatic Stem Cells are found in children and also in Adults but Adult Stem cells are only found in adults. Stem cells have been…

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    make up the cell cycle? Explain what happens during each phase. (4 marks) The cell cycle consists of many stages, which are separated into two phases: interphase and mitosis. During interphase, the cell grows larger and makes a copy of its own DNA. Interphase occurs for about 90% of the cell cycle and consists of the following stages: G1 phase, during which the cell grows larger and produces more of its organelles, proteins, and ribosomes. This phase ensures the division of the cell will…

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    Mittic Cell Cycle

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    Almost every cell goes through a phase called the Cell Cycle this is where they cell grows and develops and then eventually splits into two cells. Why is this important? Well through the cell cycle it repairs damaged cells or replaces worn out cells. When you break your leg the cells work to get the bone healed or when you have a cut the cell cycle will help you by dividing cells to create a scab for your cut to heal. The cell spends most of its life in interphase, then it goes to the mitotic…

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    Cell Cycle Speech

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    Sally the Cell Cells are constantly going through the cell cycle to duplicate themselves. The cell cycle consists of many different stages. Some stages take more time to complete than others. The phases of the cell cycle are gap phase 1 (G1), synthesis (S), gap phase 2 (G2), prophase, prometaphase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase, and cytokinesis. G1, S, and G2 make up interphase, while mitosis and cytokinesis make up the M phase. I, Sally the cell, am going to tell you about my journey in the…

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