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Slide 1 - Mitosis vs. Meiosis
Slide 2 - Meiosis Meiosis Mitosis
Slide 3 - Based on the diagram, The difference between mitosis and meiosis is that mitosis produces two identical daughter cells and meiosis produces four genetically different daughter cells
Slide 4 - Mitosis Meiosis
Slide 5 - The numbers The cells created from mitosis are diploid or 2n. The cells created from meiosis are haploid or n Definitions: Diploid (2n) – two of each type of chromosome (in homologous pair – carry the same trait) Haploid (n) – one of each type of chromosome
Slide 6 - Let’s try it… Human cells have 46 chromosomes. Therefore, the diploid number (2n) of chromosomes in humans is 46. The haploid number (n) of chromosomes in humans is 23.
Slide 7 - The reason why: mitosis To replace other cells that have been damaged or worn out To allow multicellular organisms to grow For asexual reproduction Because they get too big!
Slide 8 - The reason why: meiosis Meiosis results in four cells with half the number of chromosomes so that when the sex cells (sperm and egg) combine, the original or normal number of chromosomes will be restored
Slide 9 - One last thing… [the] where? Mitosis occurs in normal body cells (i.e. skin cells), and meiosis occurs in sex cells (i.e. sperm and egg) only.
Slide 10 - The verdict
Slide 11 - Lets see mitosis and meiosis in action!