A website that CLEARLY states the difference between mitosis and meiosis in cellular reproduction! Finally!

A website that CLEARLY states the difference between mitosis and meiosis in cellular reproduction! Finally!
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GET YOUR STUDENTS INTO MITOSIS! Students have a fun time reinforcing their understanding of mitosis by doing these three hands on activities. By the end of these activities, students should understand mitosis inside and out.
GET YOUR STUDENTS TO REALLY UNDERSTAND MITOSIS! These 56 editable task cards cover prophase, prometaphase, metaphase, anaphase and telophase. Besides descriptive tasks, the task cards include diagrams of each stage that students have to identify as well a
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Professor Bickerton. The birth of new stars. 1912
Stages of Meiosis using sugar-cookies and icing. Wonder if culinary would make the cookies for us!
iosis and mitosis. Explained accurately and concisely.
This Mitosis Taboo Game will have your students in stitches as they review the terms found int mitosis and the cell cycle. One student at a time guesses the terms while the other give them descriptive clues WITHOUT using the taboo words found below the te
This 3-D image illustrates a cell undergoing mitosis, or cell division. Blue represents the cellular membrane while chromosomes are shown in yellow. A fluorescent protein used to tag chromosomes, called MiniSOG, is shown flying out of the cell (top left).
This is a good way for students to draw the steps of mitosis or meiosis and explain it in detail. I like this method of drawing the steps because it's more than just filling in a chart or "finishing" an already drawn picture on a worksheet.
together, whereas condensin forms rings that coil the chromosomes into highly compact forms. The mitotic spindle also begins to develop during prophase. As the cell's two centrosomes move toward opposite poles, microtubules gradually assemble between
This detail description of the phases of mitosis for the students to see from the beginning to the end.
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