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Meiosis Review
1. In human cells:
a. What does diploid and haploid mean with regard to chromosomes?
b. What are the diploid and haploid numbers for cells?
c. Which types of cells have diploid chromosomes, and which have haploid chromosomes?
2. What are homologous chromosomes? How are they related and where is their origin?
3. What is a tetrad, and when do tetrads form?
4. What is crossing-over, and when does it occur?
5. What happens to a single cell at the end of meiosis I?
6. What are the differences between Mitosis and Meiosis?
Meiosis Review
1. In human cells:
a. What does diploid and haploid mean with regard to chromosomes?
b. What are the diploid and haploid numbers for cells?
c. Which types of cells have diploid chromosomes, and which have haploid chromosomes?
2. What are homologous chromosomes? How are they related and where is their origin?
3. What is a tetrad, and when do tetrads form?
4. What is crossing-over, and when does it occur?
5. What happens to a single cell at the end of meiosis I?
6. What are the differences between Mitosis and Meiosis?
Meiosis Review
1. In human cells:
a. What does diploid and haploid mean with regard to chromosomes?
b. What are the diploid and haploid numbers for cells?
c. Which types of cells have diploid chromosomes, and which have haploid chromosomes?
2. What are homologous chromosomes? How are they related and where is their origin?
3. What is a tetrad, and when do tetrads form?
4. What is crossing-over, and when does it occur?
5. What happens to a single cell at the end of meiosis I?
6. What are the differences between Mitosis and Meiosis?
Meiosis Review
1. In human cells:
a. What does diploid and haploid mean with regard to chromosomes?
b. What are the diploid and haploid numbers for cells?
c. Which types of cells have diploid chromosomes, and which have haploid chromosomes?
2. What are homologous chromosomes? How are they related and where is their origin?
3. What is a tetrad, and when do tetrads form?
4. What is crossing-over, and when does it occur?
5. What happens to a single cell at the end of meiosis I?
6. What are the differences between Mitosis and Meiosis?