during mitosis, one cell divides to form two identical cells
the cell divides into two identical cells
2)it's long story u can read miosis in text books im sure u will undrestand it if u want I can suggest u some books
3)befor meiosis in interphase
in bacterial cells dividing cell into two control the number of chromosomes in cell in if binary fission takes long time the chromosome of bacteria will replicate again and cell will contain 3 chromosomes from main chromosome but in eukaryotic cell there is inhibition after dna replication that avoid cell to do that
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6. Haploid cells are cells that have HALF the amount of chromosomes as the original cell. In meiosis, the original cell first doubles in chromosomes, splits into two cells, and then those two cells split into four cells. Therefore, your end result will be haploid daughter cells.
7. It is actually not in any phase of meiosis. Cells get doubled in a process called interphase--this happens BEFORE meiosis to prep for cell division. It then splits into two cells, and those two cells each have the number of chromosomes that the original cell had before it duplicated.
8. Cells divide TWICE. It goes through interphase first before meiosis, then goes through Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, and Telophase. It splits into two cells during cytokinesis. THEN, it splits AGAIN in Prophase 2, Metaphase 2, Anaphase 2, Telophase 2, and finally Cytokinesis 2. So it results in 4 cells altogether.
9. Same as question 5.
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Meiosis is used for just one purpose in the human body: the production of gametes—sex cells, or sperm and eggs. Its goal is to make daughter cells with exactly half as many chromosomes as the starting cell.
the number of chromosomes per cell is cut in half through the separation of homologous chromosomes in a diploid cell. Meiosis usually involves two distinct divisions, called meiosis I and meiosis II. By the end of meiosis II, the diploid cell becomes four haploid cells.
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4. a single cell during meiosis divides twice in total in the process
The cells in meiosis are considered gametes because they are sex cells causing sexual repoduction.
3. For humans, this means that during prophase and metaphase of mitosis, a human will have 46 chromosomes, but 92 chromatids (again, remember that there are 92 chromatids because the original 46 chromosomes were duplicated during S phase of interphase). I wish I can be much of a help
divides to form two daughter cells