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The process our body cells use to divide the nucleus divides to form two identical nuclei
a) Cell Cycle
b) Chromosome
c) Mitosis
d) Interphase

Structure in the nucleus that contains hereditary material DNA
a) Cell Cycle
b) Chromosome
c) Mitosis
d) Interphase

The life cycle of a cell,a series of events that take place from one cell division to the next
a) Cell Cycle
b) Chromosome
c) Mitosis
d) Interphase

Period of growth and development before cell division. When chromosomes are duplicated
a) Cell Cycle
b) Chromosome
c) Mitosis
d) Interphase

chromatin condenses into chromosomes, nuclear envelope disappears, spindle fibers start to form
a) Prophase
b) Metaphase
c) Anaphase
d) Telophase

chromosomes, chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell
a) Prophase
b) Metaphase
c) Anaphase
d) Telophase

The sister chromatid separate into individual chromosomes and are moved apart
a) Prophase
b) Metaphase
c) Anaphase
d) Telophase

chromosomes return to chromatin; nuclear membranes form; cleavage begins
a) Prophase
b) Metaphase
c) Anaphase
d) Telophase

Division of the cytoplasm following mitosis and the forming of two new cells
a) Cytokinesis
b) Centromere
c) Sister Chromatid
d) Cancer

area connecting sister chromatids
a) Cytokinesis
b) Centromere
c) Sister Chromatid
d) Cancer

When a chromosome is duplicated the two identical parts are know as these
a) Cytokinesis
b) Centromere
c) Sister Chromatid
d) Cancer

Uncontrolled cell division
a) Cytokinesis
b) Centromere
c) Sister Chromatid
d) Cancer

Type of reproduction where a new exact copy of one parent organism is formed
a) Asexual Reproduction
b) Stem Cell
c) Cytokinesis
d) Mitosis

Biological cells found in all multicellular organisms, that can divide (through mitosis) and differentiate into diverse specialized cell types and can self-renew to produce more stem cells.
a) Asexual Reproduction
b) Stem Cell
c) Cytokinesis
d) Mitosis

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