Cell division is a crucial process in all living organisms. The sequence of events by which a cell duplicates its genome synthesises the other constituents of the cell, and eventually divides into two daughter cells is termed the cell cycle. Even within a single organism’s cells, the length of the cell cycle varies greatly; the timing of events in the cell cycle is controlled by mechanisms that are both internal and external to the cell. It’s critical that the daughter cells produced are identical to the parent cell. Mistakes in chromosome duplication or distribution result in mutations, which can be passed on to every new cell created from an aberrant cell.
Internal regulatory systems work at three primary cell cycle checkpoints to prevent a damaged cell from continuing to divide. A checkpoint is one of several places in the eukaryotic cell cycle where a cell’s development to the next stage might be delayed until the conditions are favourable. Near the conclusion of G1, at the G2/M transition, and throughout the Metaphase, several checkpoints occur.
Cell Cycle Regulation Mind Map
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|Cell Cycle Regulation|
- Spindle Assembly Mitotic Check Point
- Restriction Cell Cycle Checkpoint
- DNA Damage Checkpoint
- CYCLIN-CDK Mode of Action
- Rb Regulation of Cell Cycle
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