Skip to content
Showing 1 to 4 of 4
Right Lauren think we should do this for our resit :)
Urm cell replication
i'll start by Mitosis
Okay so Interphase
Briefly.. G1 phase - organelles are replicated i think
S phase - DNA replicated
And then G2 phase - its like a checkpoint..so checks for damaged DNA and stuff before it moves into Mitosis..
Right Mitosis 5 phases.. ish.. nice and short
Prophase - chromatin condenses into chromosomes... urm nuclear envelope disapears..
Metaphase - spindle fibres form and chromosomes start to align in the midde
Anaphase - spindle fibres attach on to the centromeres and contract, pulls chromosomes apart and chromotids go to oppisite sides
Telophase - spindle fibres disappear, urm then you kind of like have cytokinesis 2 daughter cells start to form la la
G1 phase is normal cell activity int it and
S is that it is preparing for the split by sorting things out and wouldnt
G2 be that the cell is meking cheks to make sure everything is right for when the cell splits like no mutations and what not?
i no i dont do this but the G1 phase n S phase dint look right
OMG. I'm going to FAIL. lol.
It starts with DNA replication like Mitosis but then goes on to divide again. Meiosis produces 4 haploid daughter cells rather than the 2 produced by mitosis.
(By the way, as you can probably tell my knowledge of this subject is lacking. Stupid lack of effort at AS to blame there. Matty knows what I'm talking about :P)
I fail at life.