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AP Biology Name _________________________ Chapter 12 Guided Reading Compare and contrast the role of cell division in unicellular and multicellular organisms. ??? Define the following terms: Genome? Chromosomes? Somatic cells? Gametes? Chromatin? Sister chromatids? Centromere? Mitosis? Cytokinesis? Meiosis? List the activities of the cell cycle: Mitotic phase? Interphase? G1 phase? G2 phase? S phase? Define the following terms: Mitotic spindle? Centrosome? Microtubule organizing center? Aster? Kinetochore? Label below:?? Label the diagram below (phases, structures, etc):?????????????? Contrast cytokinesis in plant and animal cells.??? Define binary fission and label the diagram below:?????? Discuss the hypothetical evolution of mitosis.?????

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