Cell Basics, DNA, and Cell Division

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Control center of the cell; DNA is found here!
In this phase, the cell becomes two new cells and nuclear membranes reform.
These are held together by a centromere.
A cell with a true membrane-bound nucleus
In this phase, chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell.
Structures of DNA wrapped around proteins
Organelles that break down sugar into energy.
What are the 3 reasons that cells divide?
This is a term for the division of cytoplasm.
In this phase, chromatids of each chromosome separate and go to opposite ends of the cell.
In this phase, the cell is functioning normally. DNA copies at the end.
The part of the cell cycle where the nucleus divides
The process where molecules move from high concentration to low concentration.
The process where oxygen and sugar are turned into energy.
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The process of heating food to kill bacteria.
The diffusion of water is called ________.
According to the base pair rule, adenine always bonds with ______.
This person discovered and named cells.
The process where organisms without mitochondria get energy.
In this phase, the nuclear membrane disappears. DNA condenses.
The normal sequence of development and division of a cell.
According to the base-pair rule, guanine always bonds with ______.
Who discovered the structure of DNA?
This person discovered that bacteria causes food to spoil.
A ______ organism is made of two or more cells
The process where plants use light to turn CO2 and water into glucose.
An organelle that makes sugars for a plant
The basic unit of life

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