Genotyping is the technology that detects small genetic differences that can lead to major changes in phenotype, including both physical differences that make us unique and pathological changes…

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No cyanide does not directly affect mitosis. Howver, it affectes the mitosis indirectly by inhibiting the production of ATP, required for cell division. Which is a mitotic poison?…

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Meiosis is the production of four genetically diverse haploid daughter cells from one diploid parent cell. … In meiosis II, these chromosomes are further separated into sister chromatids….

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Mitosis is important to multicellular organisms because it provides new cells for growth and for replacement of worn-out cells, such as skin cells. Many single-celled organisms rely on…

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The effects of ASD and the severity of symptoms are different in each person. ASD is usually first diagnosed in childhood with many of the most-obvious signs presenting…

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a. the nuclear envelope is a barrier between the spindle and the chromosomes. b. the nuclear envelope would block movement of chromosomes, especially during anaphase and telophase. Does…

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A duplicated chromosome consists of two identical structures called chromatids. -Chromatids are held together by a structure called the centromere. What are two halves of a duplicated chromosome…

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In a broad sense, the term “genotype” refers to the genetic makeup of an organism; in other words, it describes an organism’s complete set of genes. Humans are…

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At the conclusion of meiosis, there are four haploid daughter cells that go on to develop into either sperm or egg cells. Are haploid cells produced in meiosis…

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There is no exact age or time that is correct to tell a child about their diagnosis. A child’s personality, abilities and social awareness are all factors to…

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