- Grand Valley State University
- University Honors Program
- University Honors Program 242
- Chapter 2
Last Modified: 2011-07-09
2. Cells can exist independently
3. New cells only arise from already existing cells.
chloroplasts - photosynthesis
mitochondria - cellular respiration
Metaphase - chromosomes line up in center of cell, spindle fibers appear
Anaphase - spindle fibers pull chromatids to either end of the cell.
Telophase - chromatids unwind --> chromatin. Nuclear membrane appears
Meiosis: sexual, 4 haploid genetically different daughter cells, cells divide twice
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