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Richard McIntosh (U. Colorado, Boulder) Part 1: Separating Duplicated Chromosomes

http://www.ibioseminars.org/lectures/bio-mechanisms/richard-mcintosh.html The goal of these three talks is to define the problems that a cell faces as it prepares for division and to describe some of the ways it solves them. In Part 1, both the length and amount of DNA are presented as problems for chromosome segregation, particularly in eukaryotic cells. The actions of cohesins and of chromosome condensation are described as solutions. The mitotic machinery is introduced, including its diversity of form across phylogeny, however, the features that appear to be conserved are emphasized. This lecture may be useful for upper level undergraduate and graduate courses discussing mitosis and cell division. See more at www.ibioseminars.org
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