Mitosis and Meiosis - Cell Division
Everything you need to teach a unit on mitosis and meiosis!
together, whereas condensin forms rings that coil the chromosomes into highly compact forms. The mitotic spindle also begins to develop during prophase. As the cell's two centrosomes move toward opposite poles, microtubules gradually assemble between them, forming the network that will later pull the
Mitosis and Meiosis Simulation Lab Using Pop Beads (Cell Division). This is more of a guided activity than a lab experiment. Students will use pop bead kits to assemble and manipulate chromosomes during cell division. The student handout is 8 pages long. It contains instructions, guided hints to the next step, fill in the blank questions, and places to draw their pop bead stage of mitosis. $
Mitosis and Meiosis Complete Unit Plan - 16 products included. This unit has everything that a teacher needs to teach a unit on this topic to Biology or life science students. It covers all topics related to sexual and asexual reproduction and mitosis and meiosis. You will receive 16 separate products: A 55 slide powerpoint presentation, teacher notes, student notes, 3 labs, 2 jeopardy review games, 2 quizzes, 3 homework assignments, a crossword puzzle, and a unit test.
Mitosis and Meiosis (Cell Growth and Division) Unit Test, This unit test is on Mitosis and Meiosis (Cell Growth and Division). It consists of 82 questions of varying types: fill in the blank, multiple choice, matching and short answer.
Mitosis and Meiosis (Cell Growth and Division) Powerpoint and Notes. This powerpoint is on Mitosis and Meiosis (Cell Growth and Division). It consists of 55 slides that are colorful, informative and visually stimulating.
My students love to review using this Jeopardy Powerpoint review game. I have found that my students pay far greater attention to the review when it is in a competitive game format. This review game has 6 categories with 5 questions in each category. Concepts/terms covered are: Topics covered are: 1) Limits to Cell Growth - Why do cells divide? What happens if cells grow too large? 2) Cell Division - An Overview 3) Chromosomes During Eukaryotic Cell
This is a set of three different homework assignments on cell division, mitosis and meiosis. I most often use these as homework assignments to help the students review the concepts we went over in class, but each of these would also make a great quiz. Each assignment is a 2 page worksheet for the student. After completing these worksheets as homework assignments, students have great study guides for a unit test.
This is a short quiz on mitosis. I use this as a short quiz, and sometimes I use it as a homework assignment. This quiz consists of 34 fill in the blank questions, and 3 short answer questions.
I use this as a quiz, but it would also make a great homework assignment or test review. Topics covered: Differences between sexual and asexual reproduction, the advantages and disadvantages of sexual and asexual reproduction, chromosome number, haploid, diploid, homologous chromosomes, chromosome number is gametes, the stages of meiosis, the result of meiosis, crossing over, a comparison of mitosis and meiosis.
Topics covered: Differences between sexual and asexual reproduction, the advantages and disadvantages of sexual and asexual reproduction, chromosome number, haploid, diploid, homologous chromosomes, chromosome number is gametes, the stages of meiosis, the result of meiosis, crossing over, a comparison of mitosis and meiosis.
This review game has 5 categories with 5 questions in each category. Concepts/terms covered are: 1) The differences between sexual and asexual reproduction. 2) Advantages and disadvantages of sexual and asexual reproduction. 3) Chromosome number is body cells and gametes 4) Haploid, diploid, homologous chromosomes 5) Phases of meiosis 6) The purpose and importance of meiosis 7) Crossing over 8) Comparison of mitosis and meiosis
In this lab, we will grow onions, and use the cells from the root tip to make our chromosome squash slide. Cells in the root tip are rapidly dividing by mitosis in order to make the root grow in length. Purpose: (1) To learn the technique of making chromosome squashes. (2) To observe chromosomes in recently living cells. (3) To determine if the rate of cell division correlates with the growth of the plant.
This is a crossword puzzle on mitosis, meiosis and cell division. I use this as test review, but it would also make a great homework assignment. ($1.25)