Mitosis is a type of cell division which produces two identical diploid daughter cells. Cancerous tumours are either malignant or benign. Specialised cells are formed when stem cells differentiate.
How many chromosomes are in a human skin cell?
Which pair of letters denotes a male?
What is the first step in the cell cycle?
How many daughter cells are produced in mitosis?
Which is the last step in mitosis?
What happens in metaphase?
Chromosomes copy themselves
Chromosomes are pulled to each end of the cell
Chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell
Which specialised plant cell carries out most photosynthesis?
Which specialised cell in plants move sugars from the leaves?
What charts are used to compare the growth of babies?
What is a disadvantage of adult stem cells in medicine compared to embryonic stem cells?
They cannot differentiate into all cell types
They are expensive
They are only available when an organism is very young