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Published on May 31, 2018
After learning about mitosis and meiosis from our individual videos, explore the stages side by side in this split screen video by The Amoeba Sisters! Expand video details for table of contents. Vocabulary in this video includes chromosome, chromatid, haploid, diploid, crossing over, and homologous chromosomes.
Contents: 0:50 Intro to Mitosis/Meiosis 1:07 Starting Cells in Mitosis/Meiosis 1:20 Interphase (happens before mitosis and meiosis) 2:19 Mitosis/Meiosis I Split Screen 4:30 End of Mitosis 4:46 Meiosis II
Hope you enjoy our comparison! You can see our individual videos on mitosis https://youtu.be/f-ldPgEfAHI and meiosis https://youtu.be/VzDMG7ke69g We also like to pin extra points/clarifications here. Crossing over in meiosis has a major role in genetically diverse offspring; however, Pinky learned in one of her graduate courses that mitosis crossing over- while very rare (likely why it's uncommon to see it in intro bio courses)- can occur. It can have a role in human cancer and "loss of heterozygosity." While this unusual event is not discussed in this intro video, here is a further reading suggestion where you can learn more about it: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/arti... .
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