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What is meiosis
This process includes two versions of phases

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What is mitosis
In this process, the body cells or somatic cells undergo the cell cycle

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What is a tumor
Buildup of cancer cells

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What is a gamete
This cell is known as the sex cell

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What is a daughter cell
Cells made after division

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What is Mitosis
This process includes Interphase

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What is meiosis
In this process, sex cells or gametes undergo the cell cycle

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What is a chromosome
DNA strands that make up a persons genes

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What is a somatic cell
This cell is known as the body cell

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What is a zygote
Product of intercourse and is a fertilized egg

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What is telophase 2
The chromosomes reach the poles and uncoil for a second time unlike mitosis

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What is G1 phase
In the first phase of interphase, a cell grows before DNA replication of the S phase

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What is a centromere
Middle of chromosome that holds sister chromatids together

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What is an animal cell
The cleavage furrow occurs in this type of cell

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What are two identical daughter cells
Goal of mitosis

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What is Cytokenesis
Final phase of cell division in mitosis

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What is metaphase
This phase of mitosis, the chromosomes convene and align in the middle of the cell

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What is a centriole
Made up of microtubules and helps to divide

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What is a diploid
Cell containing two copies of each chromosome

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What is four sex cells
Goal of meiosis

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What is G0 phase
Phase from mitosis that only occurs if he cell cannot split

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What is Anaphase 1
Homologous pairs separate to opposite poles

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What is a kinetochore
Region on centromere where anchoring of chromosomes and spindle check points are activated

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What is a haploid
Cell containing a single set of unpaired chromosomes

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What is two more daughter cells in meiosis that are NOT identical
Difference between product of meiosis and mitosis

Meiosis/Mitosis

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