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Food items for the feast include fry bread, venison (deer meat), squash, beans, corn, corn soup, potato soup and many desserts.
Fresh fruits such as blueberries, and the 'heart' berry, strawberries, are served if available. In a traditional wedding, the food is placed on a blanket, served buffet style. The Elders and the official will eat first, then the bride, groom, sponsors and other guests. All of the food is either eaten or given away to the Elders.
Brides, grooms and sponsors dress in regalia - traditional clothing, usually made by hand.
The bride will wash herself in a body of water (lake, river, ocean, pond) the morning of her union in order to be blessed by the spirit of the Earth.
When a young man chooses a mate in the old way, he went with her family (matriarch society).
The custom was usually determined by the growing season.
Meiosis II – second part of the meiotic process with the production of four haploid cells from the two haploid cells Summary: Mitosis ‘“ separation of chromosomes into two identical sets of daughter cells Meiosis- reductional cell division and the number of chromosomes is divided into half; it is essential for sexual reproduction, and therefore it occurs in eukaryotes Find more information on Mitosis and Meiosis. You agree that we have no liability for any damages.
Telophase- de-condensation of chromosomes and surrounded by nuclear membranes, formation of cleavage furrow. Cytokinesis- division of cytoplasm Meiosis is a reductional cell division where the number of chromosomes is divided into half.
At the ceremony, the sponsors make a commitment to help the couple.
The Pipe Carrier, the official, makes sure they are well aware of this commitment.
Metaphase I – Homologous pairs move along the metaphase plate, kinetochore microtubules from both centrioles attach to the homologous chromosomes align along an equatorial plane. Anaphase I – shortening of microtubules, pulling of chromosomes toward opposing poles, forming two haploid sets 5.
Telophase I – arrival of chromosomes to the poles with each daughter cell containing half the number of chromosomes 6.
Prometaphase- degradation of the nuclear membrane, attachment of microtubules to kinetochores 4.