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How do bacteria cells maintain genetic continuity?
A method of reproduction that involves two parents to produce offspring that are genetically different from either parent.
A thick , threadlike structure that contains genetic information in the form of DNA
How does Mitosis ensure genetic continuity?
Put the following steps of binary fission in order.
Binary fission occurs in and produces cells.
How does Meiosis help genetic continuity for Mitosis? Read Carefully!!!
Mitosis produces genetically identical daughter cells with chromosomes each in humans.
What would most likely interrupt genetic continuity in a population/species?
Fully grown parent cells split into two halves resulting in two daughter cells with the exact DNA as the parent. (Hint…Bacteria)
In binary fission and mitosis the DNA of the daughter cells compare to the DNA of the parent cell by being genetically .
How many parent(s) are needed for binary fission?
Mitosis, a stage in the cell cycle, is important for what reason?
Which process involves DNA replication? (making copies of DNA)
Which process is faster?
This process involves several steps:
Most of a bacterium’s DNA is in the form of a single circular chromosome. Which process would the bacterium go through to reproduce?
Select ALL of the following that are characteristics of binary fission (3 answers).