The cell cycle or cell-division cycle is the series of events that take place in a cell
leading to its division and duplication of its DNA (DNA replication) to .... Even in
animals, cytokinesis and ...
The two main functions of the genetic material in a cell, also known as DNA, are
... Animal Cells Actively Replicate Their Genetic Material during · Phases of ...
As discussed in lecture 1, there is a period between infection of a cell and .... In
animals, most cells are not actively dividing, and are arrested in the G1 ... The
early genes encode proteins that are required for viral DNA replication ... As
discussed previously, many families of animal viruses have RNA as their genetic
A cell in an adult organism can be viewed as a steady-state system. ... Either
event sets off a cell-replication program that is encoded in the DNA and executed
by proteins. ... each containing an identical copy of the parental cell's genetic
material. ... The immune-system cells not only actively survey their environment
Cells must grow and duplicate their internal structures during interphase ... Cells
spend most of their lives in interphase, specifically in the S phase where genetic
material ... the stage in the life cycle of a cell where the cell grows and DNA is
replicated ... At the center of each animal cell, the centrosomes of animal cells are
Mitosis divides genetic information during cell division. ... This phase is where the
cell grows and copies its chromosomes in preparation for cell division. ... and
nuclear division that follows replication of the genetic material in eukaryotic cells.
... formation and other similar processes, which makes the parent cell still active.
The nucleic acid carries the virus's genome--its collection of genes--and may ... is
a dormant particle; but within an appropriate host cell, it becomes an active ...
Occasionally during the prophage's exit, some of the host cell's genetic material
will be ... Viral infections of plant and animal cells resemble those of bact...
In unicellular organisms, cell division is the means of reproduction; in
multicellular ... the genetic information encoded in its DNA in order for its progeny
cells to ... In order for DNA to replicate, the two strands must be unwound from
each other. ... In animal cells cytokinesis is achieved through the constriction of
the cell by a...
They depend on the host's replication organelles to replicate. ... Virus infects cell:
host DNA degraded into fragments, viral DNA takes over control. ... Their genetic
material is located in an irregular region called the nucleoid. ... Regulation at the
transcription level: some genes are actively transcribed, while others are not.
Cells are structural units that make up plants and animals; also, there are ...
Nucleus (in eukaryotes) - where genetic material (DNA) is located, RNA is
transcribed. ... for example, like mitochondria they contain their own DNA and self
-replicate. .... and animals or humans reproduce actively without any help from