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By Plabao | Last updated: Feb 21, 2015
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The quiz on cell cycle consists of 2 parts. Part 1 is a mix of matching, true/false, fill in the blank, and multiple choice items. Each correct answer is worth 1 point and has a total of 13 points. Part 2 is an essay. Each item is worth 6 points. The essay portion of the quiz is worth a total of 12 points. Part 1 has a time limit of 20 minutes. You are allowed only 1 attempt for this quiz. Make sure to submit your answers before the time is up. Type your first name and last name. Click the start button when you're ready to take the quiz. Good luck!
Fill-in: Name the structure of the cell involved in mitosis by typing the missing word/phrase in the box.During anaphase the separated chromatids are quickly dragged toward opposite poles of the cell because ______________ are already attached to each kinetochore and are exerting force.
Fill-in: Name the structure of the cell involved in mitosis by typing the missing word/phrase in the box.The ______________ breaks down during prophase and reforms in telophase.
Fill-in: Name the structure of the cell involved in mitosis by typing the missing word/phrase in the box.In prophase, the two ______________ positioned near the nucleus begin to move apart toward opposite poles of the cell.
True-False:Meiosis II produces genetically identical diploid daughter cells.
True-False:Homologous chromosomes find each other and line up close together during prophase I
True-False:Sister chromatids separate in Anaphase I.
Multiple Choice:Which genetic disorder results from a trisomy of chromosome 13 and is characterized by abnormalities that include harelip, cleft palate, unusually small eyes, profound mental retardation, structural heart defects at birth, and incomplete development of certain regions of the brain?
Multiple Choice:Which is the result of failure of the chromosomes to separate during mitosis?
Multiple Choice:What do you call the condition in which cells within the same person have a different genetic makeup whereby some cells have a mutant version of the gene while other cells in the same individual have a normal version of the same gene?