Biology - Mitosis and Budding in Yeast

These are complete notes copied out of my textbook completed for homework, on mitosis and budding in yeast. Diagrams included. It is based on the OCR specification for AS Biology. Happy revising! =P

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Reianna Shakil L6EFBiology10/11/12
The significance of mitosis

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We have seen that mitosis produces new cells that are genetically identical to the
parent cell.Each of these cells has the same number of chromosomes and identical
DNA.
This is how cells divide when the body needs more of the same. Mitosis is the type
of cell division that occurs in a developing embryo and throughout the growth of a
human being.
Mitosis continues to occur in many in many parts of the body even when we are fully
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Succession of events whereby a cell grows and divides into two daughter cells such that
each contains the information and machinery necessary to repeat the process.…read more

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