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Corpus Luteum – yellow mass; In Latin, Yellow Body.
Corpus Luteum Stage – when the uterus undergoes changes in preparation for the implantation of the embryo. Crossing-Over – the process wherein the exchange of genetic material occur. Cross-Pollination – is the transfer of the pollen grain of the anther to the stigma of the same species in a different Cytokinesis – division of the cytoplasm.

Corpus Luteum – yellow mass; In Latin, Yellow Body.
Corpus Luteum Stage – when the uterus undergoes changes in preparation for the implantation of the embryo. Crossing-Over – the process wherein the exchange of genetic material occur. Cross-Pollination – is the transfer of the pollen grain of the anther to the stigma of the same species in a different Cytokinesis – division of the cytoplasm.

Centromere – one that joins the sister chromatids together. Chromatid – each strand of the chromosome.
Chromosomes – condensed chromatin into rod-shaped structures. Clitellum – (in each worm) secretes a slime or mucous ring. Clones – the offspring is genetically identical.
Conception – when an egg and sperm unite.
Corolla – made up of a series of petals.
Centromere – one that joins the sister chromatids together. Chromatid – each strand of the chromosome.
Chromosomes – condensed chromatin into rod-shaped structures. Clitellum – (in each worm) secretes a slime or mucous ring. Clones – the offspring is genetically identical.
Conception – when an egg and sperm unite.
Corolla – made up of a series of petals.
Acquired Immune Deficiency
Syndrome (AIDS) – a disease caused
by HIV.

~ B ~
Binucleated cell – a cell with two nuclei.
Blastocoel – the fluid-filled cavity at
the center of the blastula.
Blastocyst – developed fluid-filled
central cavity, transforms embryo into
hollow ball cells.
Budding – buds may separate from their
parent or remain attached to form
extensive colonies.

Acquired Immune Deficiency
Syndrome (AIDS) – a disease caused
by HIV.

~ B ~
Binucleated cell – a cell with two nuclei.
Blastocoel – the fluid-filled cavity at
the center of the blastula.
Blastocyst – developed fluid-filled
central cavity, transforms embryo into
hollow ball cells.
Budding – buds may separate from their
parent or remain attached to form
extensive colonies.

Concepts
of
Reproduction
Concepts
of
Reproduction
~ A ~
Acrosome – contains enzymes that help the sperm enter the egg by digesting the material (a jelly) covering the egg. Anaphase – begins with the division of the centromes and ends with the migration of single-stranded chromosomes to the poles. Androecium – composed of all stamens in the flower. Asexual Reproduction – produce offspring without forming sex cells. ~ A ~

Acrosome – contains enzymes that help the sperm enter the egg by digesting the material (a jelly)...
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