6.2 The Cell Cycle and Mitosis Take Cornell Notes on a separate sheet of paper Think About It???? Which turtle has bigger cells?
Think About It???? Which turtle has bigger cells? NEITHER! They both have the same size cells. One just has a lot more of them! Think About It????
A small baby snake grows into a larger adult snake. Choose the explanation that best describes why a small baby snake grows into a larger adult snake. A. The baby snakes cells divide. B. The baby snakes cells grown into much larger cells. C. The baby snakes cells stretch out and get longer. D. The food the baby snake eats makes up new cells. E. The baby snakes cells change into different types of cells.
Think About It???? A small baby snake grows into a larger adult snake. Choose the explanation that best describes why a small baby snake grows into a larger adult snake. A. The baby snakes cells divide. B. The baby snakes cells grown into much larger cells. C. The baby snakes cells stretch out and get longer. D. The food the baby snake eats makes up new cells.
E. The baby snakes cells change into different types of cells. Cell Division is Essential to Life Cell division is the only way single-celled organisms can reproduce. Multicellular organisms need cell division to grow and to replace dead or damaged cells. After growth stops, division remain important in normal cells. Some cells divide continuously like our skin and gut cells.
Other cells have to divide to heal wounds like skin cuts or broken bones. Cells are ALIVE! Like all living things they grow and reproduce. How small are cells? http://www.cellsalive.com/howbig.htm Why cant cells grow very big? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xuG4ZZ1GbzI
Why dont cells continue to grow? There are two main reason why cells divide instead of continue to grow: 1. The larger the cell becomes, the more demands the cell places on its DNA 2. The cell has more trouble moving enough nutrients and wastes across the cell membrane. DNA Overload
Information that controls a cells function is stored in a molecule knows as DNA In eukaryotic cells, DNA is found in the nucleus DNA Overload When a cell is small, the information stored in the DNA is able to meet all of the cells needs If a cell was too large an information crisis would occur and the cell would not function
properly Example: Small library in a large city Exchanging Materials Food, water and nutrients enter the cell through its cell membrane Waste products leave in the same way Exchanging Materials
Example: Small streets in a big town The stages of a cells life cycle is called THE CELL CYCLE. During the cell cycle the cell grows and divides producing 2 identical daughter cells. Does the cell spend most of its time in interphase or mitosis? Interphase
This is the beginning of the cell cycle. It is subdivided into 3 phases: G1, S and G2. During interphase, the cell is preparing for division. Interphase G1: The cell grows larger and the organelles are duplicated S: Exact copies of the DNA is made. This process is called DNA
replication. G2: The DNA copies are checked for errors. Centrioles are produced. Mitosis The process of cell division Mitosis follows interphase
The 4 phases of mitosis can be remembered using the word: PMAT Prophase Metaphase Anaphase Telophase The following slides will describe
the 4 phases of Mitosis. Draw and label the diagrams inside of the RED boxes into your notes. Mitosis Prophase The chromatin condense into chromosomes.
The centrioles begin to separate and spindle fibers form. The nuclear envelope breaks down. Centrioles Mitosis
Metaphase The chromosomes line up in the center of the cell The spindle fibers connect to the centromere Mitosis
Chromatid Anaphase The chromatid of each chromosome are pulled apart Mitosis Telophase
Chromosomes are separated into 2 identical sets at opposite ends of the cell. Chromatid loosen back into chromatin 2 new nuclear envelopes form Cytokinesis
The final step in the cell cycle. The cytoplasm pinches in half. 2 identical daughter cells are produced. At the end of your notes create new section for a SUMMARY Write a paragraph to summarize the cell
cycle Mitosis 6.2 The Cell Cycle and Mitosis Quiz The series of events that cells go through as they
grow and divide is called the cell cycle. mitosis. interphase. cytokinesis.
Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall Quiz The phase of mitosis during which the chromosomes line up across the center of the cell is
prophase. metaphase. anaphase. telophase. Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall Quiz Cytokinesis usually occurs
at the same time as telophase. after telophase. during interphase. during anaphase
Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall Quiz DNA replication takes place during the S phase of the cell cycle. G1 phase of the cell cycle. G2 phase of the cell cycle. M phase of the cell cycle. Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall
Quiz During mitosis, sister chromatids separate from one another during telophase.
interphase. anaphase. metaphase. Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall
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