Biology End of Year Comic Strip
Updated: 6/12/2020
Biology End of Year Comic Strip
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  • What even is the difference?
  • Today we are taking the test
  • Ugh you fool ! Well it's quite obvious... Mitosis is spelled with a "t" and Meiosis isn't duh.
  • Laressa's Dream
  • Alyson, what even is the true difference between Meiosis and Mitosis?
  • Laressa's Dream
  • No you dumb flamingos. There is clearly a better difference than the one you've just mention.
  • Oh yeah, what is it?!
  • Well to begin with, Meiosis is the division of chromosomes to form gametes. What are Gametes? Gametes are haploid which is 1 set of chromosomes (23). Mitosis with a "t" is the division of chromosomes to form a diploid which are 2 sets of chromosomes.
  • Ohhh, but what even are all these stages??
  • Mitosis only has 4 stages. There is two Meiosis and each one has 3 stages, so basically Meiosis is a process of 6 stages. That's two more than the stages of Mitosis.
  • The stages to Mitosis are Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, and Telophase. For Meiosis 1 there is Prophase 1, Metaphase 1, and Anaphase 1 and for Meiosis 2 there is Prophase 2, Metaphase 2, and Anaphase 2.
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