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DNA n Mitosis

Mr. Raimondi

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5.A DNA molecule looks like a
9.figured out the structure of DNA
10.2nd stage of mitosis, chromosomes lined up at the equator\, spinal fibers attach to chromosomes
11.all cells must do what
14.holds the two identical chromatids together
16.DNA is found in
17.which the cell’s nucleus divides into two new nuclei
18.combines with guanine
19.3rd stage of mitosis, sister chromatids of each chromosomes move apart, half of each chromosome end up at each pole
21.combines with thymine
22.there are four kinds of
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1.The study of cells dividing
2.The process by which a cell makes a copy of the DNA in its nucleus.
3.4th stage of mitosis, new nuclear envelope form, two new cells have formed
4.combines with adenine
6.what DNA looks like
7.The final stage of the cell cycle
8.The first stage of the cell cycle... makes a copy of its DNA
12.The regular sequence of growth and division that cells undergo.
13.combines with cytosine
14.two identical chromatid, holds the instructions
15.1st phase of mitosis, nuclear membrane breaks down, centrioles move toward the poles
20.Abbreviation for Deoxyribonucleic acid

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