Phases of Meiosis
9th - Higher Ed
In this meiosis instructional activity, students determine the proper order of the phases of meiosis by matching the illustration to the description. This instructional activity has 8 matching questions.
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Phases of Meiosis
The general ideas behind Mitosis and Meiosis have been covered in previous videos. However, this lecture covers the minutiae of every stage in the meiotic process. The names of each phase and a description of the structure functions are detailed.
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