BISC 101 Lecture Notes - Interphase, Mitosis

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Cell y all living organisms are made of cells y 2x1014 cells= 200 trillion in a human body y all cells derived from pre-existing cells y organisms maybe single celled (amoeba/bacteria) or complex/multiple (humans) Cell features: structure, function, reproduction (division, cell-cycle. Multicellar organisms y cell cycle, infinite mitosis is a part of this. *in each cell there is 2 meters of. Mitosis: prophase chromosomes appear, with sister chromatid y y mitotic spindle (microtubules) forms in cytoplasm, prophase y nuclear envelope breaks down y microtubules organize at polar of cell y kinetochore forms at centromere, microtubules attach. Fig 12. 7: metaphase chromosomes migrate to center of cell and align accordingly to centromeres. Fig 12. 10 y y spindle apparatus is complete: anaphase y chromosomes separate and migrate to poles of cell, telophase two nuclei form cytokinesis occurs y y y 3 genetically identical cells from y nuclear envelope forms.

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