The process by which cells multiply. They divide into two halves with each having a copy of the parent cell's DNA
Separation of a cell into two daughter cells. In eucaryotic cells it entails division of the nucleus (mitosis) closely followed by division of the cytoplasm (cytokinesis).
The division of one old cell into two new ones.
The process by which cells divide in two to reproduce and replace themselves.
The process by which a cell grows and divides into two daughter cells.
The mechanism by which cells multiply during the growth of tissues or organs. The type of cell division involved in the growth of the body is known as mitosis. The cell division which produces sperm or ova in the testis or ovary is known as meiosis.
The process by which a parent cell gives rise to two daughter cells that carry the same genetic information as the parent cell. (More? Week 1 Notes)
The process by which cells reproduce. A cell divides by elongating and then pinching in the middle into two separate halves, each of which is a new cell. All multicellular organisms, which includes all plants and animals, started as a single cell. Repeated rounds of cell division resulted in the final organism.
the process in reproduction and growth by which a cell divides to form daughter cells
Cell division produces two different types of cells, one like the original mother cell, the other more specialized
Cell division gives rise to two daughter cells both like the original mother cell
The process by which two daughter cells are produced from one parent cell.
The process by which cells split into two copies of the original. The DNA of the original cell is copied and one copy sent to each cell, ensuring that both have the correct amount of DNA.
The formation of two daughter cells from one parent cell, mitosis.
The process by which two cells are formed from one.
The process in which new cells are made by the division of one current cell into two identical cells.
separation of a cell into two daughter cells. In higher eukaryotes, it involves division of the nucleus (mitosis) and of the cytoplasm (cytokinesis); mitosis is often used to refer to both nuclear and cytoplasmic division.
The process by which a cell divides to form two daughter cells. Upon completion of the process, each daughter cell contains the same genetic material as the original cell and roughly half of its cytoplasm
The cells of our bodies multiply by splitting in half to form two identical 'daughter' cells. This process is called cell division. It is a very complicated and tightly regulated process, involving hundreds of genes and thousands of proteins inside the cell.
When a single cell divides to create two cells. Repeated division allows a group of cells to increase in number or maintain its numbers.
Method by which a single cell divides to create two cells. This continuous process allows a population of cells to increase in number or maintain its numbers.
During cell division the DNA molecule unwinds and the weak bonds between the base pairs break, allowing the strands to separate. (IOOakRidge) (also mitosis) Divisão celular E é na própria divisão celular que acontecem as mutações, e são corrigidas por proteínas e enzimas de reparo. (POFapesp2) (também mitose)
A brief time interval during which a cell reproduces by dividing into two; during this period, the DNA in chromosomes becomes highly condensed, making the chromosomes easily visible.
Cell division is the process by which a cell, called the parent cell, divides into two cells, called daughter cells. Cell division is usually a small segment of a larger cell cycle. In meiosis however, a cell is permanently transformed and cannot divide again.