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B2.7 Mitosis

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David Watkins

on 2 May 2013

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Transcript of B2.7 Mitosis

The story of cell division: Part 1 Mitosis The Cell Most cells contain a nucleus Most nuclei contain two copies of each chromosome.

Cells that have nuclei that contain two copies of each chromosome are called diploid cells.

Human diploid cells contain two sets of 23 chromosomes.

All our cells except sperm and egg cells are diploid. During growth and repair of damaged cells body cells divide using a process called mitosis Mitosis in reproduction Mitosis can produce new, complete individuals in a process called asexual reproduction (bacteria /some plants), cloning! During mitosis, one cell divides to form two identical daughter cells
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