Why is Mitosis important in living organisms? Mitosis is important to all living things because without it, nothing would grow physically. Mitosis is also replace a cell after it has been damaged.
Why is Meiosis important to living organisms? Meiosis is important to all living things because it enables reproduction. Meiosis produces gametes which will equally distribute the number of chromosomes from each parent.
Is the Interphase and Cytokenesis actually part of the Mitosis? The interphase and Cytokenesis are not really stages in Mitosis, but there are processes of the cells spliting.
What is DNA? DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) is the genetic code that tells the body how to function or how it looks like. The Dna is made up of genes which has chromosomes. Is the
Is the DNA and gene the same thing? No. The DNA contains information for the organism while the gene is just a small part that contains codes for the protein.
If both parents have a certain disorder or mutation...what are the chances that the child would be recessive? The child would most likely inherit the disease. In very rare cases the child may be recessive, but mostly if both parents carry the same trait, the child would probably carry it too.
Fact or fiction? People with Down Syndrome cannot form relationships? Fiction. People with Down Syndrome can form all types of relationships such as love, friendship or hate.
Are People with Down Syndrome more likely to have conditions like Lukemia? Yes. People, especially children who have Down Syndrome are more likely to develop Leukaemia than others. The overall risk is around 2-3%