You need to clarify this. What do you mean by the verb "parent"? In general, once one of your daughters have reached that age all you can do is be a friend. Offer support, advice when asked for, be there to laugh at her jokes and enjoy the good times vicariously and be a shoulder to cry on when it's needed. An adult daughter gets to make her own way in life whether you want it or not. She gets to make her own decisions, even the bad ones. She also gets to have credit for her own accomplishments.
Daughter and parent cells are alike because the daughter cell comes from the parent cell.
Daughter cells are identical to the parent cell.
In mitosis parent and daughter cells are identical , while in meiosis parent cells are diploid while daughter cells are haploid .
Parent and daughter cells are genetically the same.
YEs... All parent cells are identical to daughter cells...
because daughter cell goes to partys and parent doesnt
If the parent cell undergoes mitosis, the daughter cells will have 20 chromosomes. If the parent cell undergoes meiosis, the daughter cells will have 10 chromosomes.
Hereditary gets information passed from a parent cell to its daughter cells because the daughter cells inherit chromosomes from the parent cell.
If a parent has a female child, that would be the parent's daughter.
In mitosis (one parent cell), the daughter cells have the same genetic material as the parent (unless there is a mutation). In meiosis (two parent cells), the daughter cell/s will share some genetic material with either parent.
No, the four daughter cells are genetically different from the parent.
Parent cells are diploids, and daughter cells are haploids. Therefore, the daughter cells have half of the the number of chromosomes as the parent cells. (chromosomes are DNA)
The daughter cells that result from mitosis are identical to each other and the parent cell. The daughter cells that result from meiosis contain half the number of chromosomes as the parent cell and are not identical to each other or to the parent cell.
The daughter cells are clones of each other and are exactly the same as the parent cell.
A daughter cell and its parent cell are exact copies of each other.
Each daughter cell contains half of the chromosomes from the parent cell. Because the parent cell undergoes DNA replication before mitosis, the parent cell and the daughter cells will be diploid.
After one half-life has elapsed both the parent and daughter isotope is 0.5. The daughter has increased from zero to the amount equal to the parent, 0.5.
Your aunt is either your parent's sister or the wife of your parent's brother. If she is your parent's sister, her husband, his sister and her daughter are not related to you. If your aunt is the wife of your parent's brother, then her husband's sister is your mother (and her daughter is you or your sister) or she is another of your aunts (and her daughter is your first cousin).
Daughter cells are smaller in volume than the parent cell. This is because they split the cytoplasm of the parent cell during cytokinesis.
the daughter cell has half or the chromosomes. The daughter cell has 23 chromosomes when the parent cell has 46 chromosomes!
The parent cell has twice the chromosomal material than the four daughter cells. parent= diploid daughter= monoploid
2 parent cells and 3 daughter cells
The two daughter cells produced by mitosis are genetically identical to the parent cell.
daughter cells have half the number of cells that a parent cell has
The two daughter cells that result from mitosis are diploid just like the parent cell. The daughter cells have the same number of chromosomes as the parent cell. In meiosis, 4 daughter cells result each with half the number of chromosomes that the parent cell had and are therefore called haploid.