Outlines the cell cycle, recognizing mitosis as a part of asexual reproduction and the process for generating new body cells in multicellular organisms.
This exercise from The Biology Project is designed to introduce students to the events that occur in the cell cycle and the process of mitosis that divides the duplicated genetic material, creating two identical daughter cells. It includes tutorial readings and multiple choice questions to test students' knowledge.
In this webquest lesson, students will learn about cell division via the Internet. Students will learn about the cell cycle and the stages of mitosis and meiosis. Students will create a portfolio of pictures displaying the steps of mitosis and meiosis.
Some glucose is converted to starch that is not needed for growth. Glucose used for growth is transported to the vascular cambium, where it undergoes mitosis and cytokinesis. The carbon gets locked up as cellulose in the wood.