Cell Cycle Notes

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Biological Sciences
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BIOL 1201

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Cell CycleDivisionAllMaterialsCmassengaleCell DivisionAll cells are derived from preexisting cells Cell TheoryCell division is the process by which cells produce new cellsCell division differs in prokaryotes bacteria and eukaryotes protists fungi plantsanimalsSome tissues must be repaired often such as the lining of gut white blood cells skin cells with a short lifespan Other cells do not divide at all after birth such as musclenerve Reasons for Cell DivisionCell growthRepairreplacement of damaged cell partsReproduction of the speciesCopying DNA Since the instructions for making cell parts are encoded in the DNA each new cell must get a complete set of the DNA moleculesThis requires that the DNA be copied replicated duplicated before cell division
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