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Textbook Reading Assignment: Cell Cycle and DNA Replication Study Sheet
First make sure you know the review slides in the posted Cell Cycle and DNA Replication Power Point.
Use the textbook material in chapters 16 (edition 9) if you need more information.
Then use textbook chapter 24 and the power point to answer these questions.
Due: Hand in your answers in class as announced.
1. Draw the cell cycle. Describe the specific activities which characterize each step.
2. Briefly describe the difference between eukaryotic and prokaryotic cell division.
3. Progression through the cell cycle is controlled at three key transition points. Describe these three
4. Describe the characteristic cytoskeleton and organelle changes that happen during the different
stages of mitosis.
5. Theoretically, how does the spindle apparatus move chromosomes during mitosis?
6. Briefly, what is apoptosis and what triggers apoptosis?
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