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Ch.1 - Introduction to Biology
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Ch.4 - Carbon
Ch.5 - Biological Molecules
Ch.6 - Cells
Ch.7 - The Membrane
Ch.8 - Energy and Metabolism
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Ch.11 - Cell Signaling
Ch.12 - Cell Division
Ch.13 - Meiosis
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Ch.15 - Chromosomal Theory of Inheritance
Ch.16 - DNA Synthesis
Ch.17 - Gene Expression
Ch.18 - Regulation of Expression
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Ch.38 - Plant Reproduction
Ch.39 - Plant Sensation and Response
Ch.40 - Animal Form and Function
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Ch.43 - Immune System
Ch.44 - Osmoregulation and Excretion
Ch.45 - Endocrine System
Ch.46 - Animal Reproduction
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Cell Division
Cell Cycle Regulation

Concept #2: Genetic Material

Concept #3: Binary Fission

Practice: Chloroplasts and mitochondria are evenly distributed during _________ of the cell cycle.

Practice: Which of the following does not occur during interphase?

Practice: Nuclear division in eukaryotes is called ___________ while the process of bacterial cell division is called ____________.

Practice: Which of the following is the correct order of cell cycle phases?

Additional Problems
When cells of a multi-cellular organism exit either semi-permanently or permanently from the cell cycle and develop a differentiated (specific) function, they are said to be ina. G0b. G1c. G2d. G3
The genome of an organism is all of its: a. Proteinsb. RNAc. Characteristicsd. Genetic materiale. All are correct
Eukaryotic chromosomes become microscopically visible before cell division because:  a. They become less tightly wound b. They become more tightly wound c. They increase in length d. They become more tightly wound and increase in length e. They become less tightly wound and increase in length
One of two identical attached copies of a replicated chromosome defines the term:  a. Centromere b. Chromatin c. Chromosome d. Nucleosome e. Chromatid
A part of a chromosome that attaches sister chromatids to each other defines the term: a. Chromatinb. Nucleosomec. Centromered. Histonee. None of the above are correct
DNA and associated proteins in the nucleus defines the term: a. Centromereb. Nucleosomec. Histoned. Chromatine. Chromosome
A discrete continuous molecule of DNA wrapped around protein defines the term: a. Nucleosomeb. Chromosomec. Centromered. Histonee. Genome 
"Sister chromatids" are: a. Genetically identical and attached to each other at centromereb. Genetically different and attached to each other at centromerec. Genetically differentd. Genetically identicale. Attached to each other at centromere
The correct sequence for the phases of the cell cycle is:  a. Interphase - prophase - prometaphase - metaphase - anaphase - telophase b. Prophase - prometaphase - metaphase - anaphase - telophase c. Prophase - prometaphase - anaphase - metaphase - telophase d. Interphase - prometaphase - prophase - metaphase - anaphase - telophase e. Metaphase - anaphase - interphase - prophase - telophase
In the figure below, mitosis is represented by which numbered part(s) of the cycle?A) IB) IIC) IIID) IVE) V 
Explain the difference between chromatin, chromatid and chromosome.
What is the purpose of the cell cycle? What makes it go and what makes it stop?
What are two non-chromosomal factors that can regulate cell division, differentiation, and morphogenesis?
Describe the structure and explain the function of the spindle fibres. What is the significance of cytokinesis? Speculate what would happen if cytokinesis did not occur.
Explain Cytokinesis. Differentiate between Chromosomes and Chromatin. Explain the significance of the telomeres.
List, compare and contrast the features and characteristics of apoptosis to those of necrosis. How does necroptosis differ from apoptosis? Compare and contrast the morphological, molecular and biochemical features of these two processes.
How might the cell cycle be regulated?
What is meant by the term Cell cycle?
Define chromosome number, diploid number, and haploid number. How do they relate to the reproductive functions? Compare germ cells and body cells.
Describe the general role of cyclins and cyclin-dependent kinases (Cdk) in regulation of cell division.
What is a G0 Phase? What is the biological significance of GO phase?
Describe briefly what a chromatin is, what a chromosome is, and what a chromatid is.