Budding in yeast

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Process of budding in yeast

The cell starts to bud and DNA replicates and nuclear migration occurs. The spindle forms then the chromosomes segregate and divide. The new yeast cell buds off from the original yeast cell through cytokinesis and then the new yeast cell then grows into full size.

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Step by step of budding in yeast

  • Bud emergence
  • DNA replication
  • Nuclear Mingration
  • Spindle formation
  • Chromosome segregation and division
  • Cytokinesis (the bud pinches off)
  • Growth
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Binary fission

  • Binary fission is when a prokaryotic cell divides into two cells
  • Differentitate between natural and artificial clones
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