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Dr. Nellie Deutsch
Saturday, June 18 2011
9:00 AM (IST)
The class is over
Call Dial-in Information
1. Once you are in the class, use a phone to dial the number
for your country mentioned above followed by the access code.
2. Keep your microphone and speakers muted in the classroom to
avoid hearing an echo during the call.
About the Class
Multicellular organisms develop from a single cell known as zygote by the process of mitosis. Asexual reproduction in some organisms like amoeba and vegetative reproduction in plants takes place by mitosis. This type of cell division involves many steps and it does not alter the genetic material. Let us explore various steps of mitosis in detail. This class will answer many questions related to mitosis. So "Don't miss this class".
Language of instruction:
Keywords: cell division, mitosis, interphase
Attendees in the class (2)
I am a post graduate in Biochemistry. I have trained a few batches of students in Bio-Informatics at bachelors level. I have also taught Biology to high school Students.I have a passion towards teaching. I am ready to share my knowledge in Biology with anyone who wants to improve his academic performance.