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I Mitosis Cell Lab II Introduction Life exists almost every where on this planet and if we are to attempt to comprehend what life is in all of its magnificence we must look at its simplest forms Even a cell the smallest form of life known is extremely complex All life begins as a single cell I can not begin to understand the depth of what it takes for one cell to multiply and change until we become conscious of ourselves There are two types of cell division Meiosis and Mitosis Meiosis is where a cell splits and becomes four different cells Mitosis is the process that allows a cell to split into two identical cells This happens by having all of the DNA replicate before the cell splits so each has all of the original DNA My lab shows mitosis in cell reproduction because I do not have a microscope powerful enough to see the actual process within the nucleus I can not observe the chromosomes actually duplicate and separate It is powerful enough to allow me to see cells splitting and I can observe the population growth without the aid of tools or instruments First I began by starting the yeast culture in a bowl I then removed a sample to observe it using a microscope All throughout I measured the thickness of the yeast population These observations combined show that through mitosis cells reproduce III Problem The challenge that faces me is how can I demonstrate mitosis or cell reproduction The reason I have to do this is so that I can actually observe the process as it occurs and not just read or do work sheets about it Unlike our former labs now we are not in absolute control of the lab Density is a constant and properties of light are facts that can be stated in words Life even
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