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what type of cell reporduces asexually by budding?
yeast cells
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what does budding involve?
it involves mitosis
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name the 5 steps of how a yeast cells buds
1. bud forms on the cell surface 2. cell undergo interphase 3. the cell begins mitosis 4. nuclear division is complete the budding cell contains a nucleus thats identical to parent 5. finally bud seperates off
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what is the difference between mitosis and meiosis
mitosis forms 2 identical daughter cells. meiosis forms four haploid daughter cells
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meiosis is used for sexual reproduction- true or false
true
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where does meiosis occur?
in reproductive organs
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what happens in meiosis?
two gametes fuse at fertilisation to form a zygot- the zygot then develops
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what are stem cells?
unspecialised cells- devlope into any cells
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where are stem cells found?
embryos can turn into anything. in adults found in bone marrow but not as flexiable of embryonic stem cells
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what is the proces called when a cell becomes specialised for its job?
differentiation
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what are adult stem cells used for?
replacing damged cells for example new skin or blood cells
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what are plant stem cells used for?
make new shoots and roots and some plant tissue
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