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Mitosis/Meiosis I/Meiosis II Comparison Anchor Chart
This is one of many anchor charts for Biology. These have completely changed the way I teach and condensed the material to allow for more hands on activities, small group learning, collaborative learning, and independent practice during class time.This activity does not include an answer key becaus...
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"\"Mitosis\" This print was created from my original watercolor paintings featuring cells in various phases of mitosis. See if you can find them! Yeah science ;) FINE ART PRINT Printed on acid-free, heavyweight, 100% cotton rag fine art paper using archival pigment inks. The lightly textured bright white matte paper coupled with rich pigment inks offers a stunningly vivid print with superior longevity. Unframed SHIPPING: Smaller prints ship flat within a rigid no-bend mailer. Larger prints…
Mitosis Limericks: Telophase
Download the images for this post. Here's the last in the series of mitosis limericks (see my previous posts on prophase, metaphase, and anaphase). I've used these in class to highlight important events during mitosis without showing cell images. Students will see high quality images of mitosis in in their textbook. I have to admit that Telophase is the weakest of these limericks primarily because...it really isn't about telophase! The poem really applies more to cytokinesis in an animal…
Mitosis Limericks: Metaphase
Download the images for this post. Here's the second in the series of mitosis limericks (see my previous post on prophase). I'll be posting anaphase and telophase soon. In the past I have used these in class to highlight important events during mitosis without showing cell images. Students will see high quality images of mitosis in in their textbook. My students always seem to have trouble understanding exactly what and where the kinetochores are (Background information). Kinetochores are…
Stages of Mitosis? – Cell Division - Biology for Kids | Mocomi
Mitosis is a form of cell division, which produces two daughter cells. Each of these two cells possesses equal number and similar kind of chromosomes as the parent nucleus, typical of ordinary tissue growth. In case of actively dividing animal cell, the entire process takes one hour to complete.
Cell Division: Mitosis and Meiosis
Cell division is the process by which biological cells multiply. Learn the events of Mitosis & Meiosis using diagrams, tables, videos & quizzes.