Genes carry the instructions for cell division.
Genes carry the instructions for making proteins.
Genes carry the instructions for running the cell.
Genes carry the instructions for mutating cells.
Genes carry the instructions for copying DNA.
Asexually produced cells are genetically identical. Sexually produced cells are genetically unique.
Asexual reproduction produces two daughter cells. Sexual reproduction produces one daughter cell.
Asexual reproduction requires only one organism. Sexual reproduction requires two organisms.
Asexual reproduction is more common than sexual reproduction.
Asexual reproduction requires DNA replication. Sexual reproduction does not.
The DNA is wrapped around the nucleus.
The DNA is shortened by abbreviating gene information.
The DNA is wrapped around histones.
The DNA is packaged inside centromeres.
The DNA is cut into smaller pieces.
Telomeres copy the DNA.
Telomeres signal the cell when to begin division.
Telomeres connect two sister chromatids after DNA replication.
Telomeres contain unique genes.
Telomeres prevent the ends of chromosomes from being damaged.
Telomeres coil up the DNA to make it take up less room.
The cells of the woman's leg muscle are larger than the cells of the baby.
The chromosomes in the cells of the woman's leg muscle are genetically identical to the rest of her body. The baby's cells contain only half of the mother's chromosomes.
The cells of the woman's leg muscle have differentiated. The cells of the baby have not.
The cells of the woman's leg muscle are less important than the cells of the baby.
The cells of the woman's leg muscle are diploid. The cells of the baby are haploid.
The cells of the woman's leg muscle are not dividing. The cells of the baby are dividing.
The chromosomes must be duplicated.
The nuclear envelope must break up.
The sister chromatids must be separated.
The nucleus must divide in two.
A mitotic spindle must form.
Chromosomes line up in the center of the cell.
The spindle microtubules form.
Sister chromatids separate.
The cell is divided in half.
DNA replication occurs.
The cell grows.
Daughter cells of prokaryotic fission are haploid.
Daughter cells of prokaryotic fission are diploid.
Daughter cells of prokaryotic fission each have one-half of the parent cell's DNA.
Daughter cells are clones of each other.
Daughter cells of prokaryotic fission are smaller than a regular cell.
They all prevent cells from becoming haploid.
They all focus on DNA and chromosomes.
They all rely on Cdk proteins to stop the cell cycle.
They all stop the cell from dividing when too small.
They all stop the cell cycle before mitosis.
Homologous chromosomes contain the same genes, but each gene is at a different locus.
Homologous chromosomes contain the same alleles, but each allele is at a different locus.
Homologous chromosomes contain the same genes and the same alleles.
Homologous chromosomes contain the same alleles, but may contain different genes.
Homologous chromosomes contain the same genes, but may contain different alleles.
Sexual reproduction creates new individuals of a species more quickly.
Sexual reproduction is necessary to make new individuals of a species.
Sexual reproduction results in better parental care than asexual reproduction.
Sexual reproduction creates haploid organisms.
Sexual reproduction creates genetically unique individuals.
We cannot properly test the effects of human cloning on an individual and it would be irresponsible to attempt such testing.
Reproduction by generating clones occurs only in lab settings and not in nature. There must be significant disadvantages to it.
The large percentage of species making use of sexual reproduction suggests that maintaining genetic variation is important for the evolutionary success of a species.
Human cloning is wrong because each child is unique and this would create a society in which many people were identical.
Human clones have never existed and we cannot predict how their presence would affect our society.
Eight haploid cells.
Four haploid cells.
Four diploid cells.
Two diploid cells.
Two haploid cells.
There are two daughter cells, each with 23 chromosomes.
There are four haploid daughter cells.
Homologous chromosomes stick together in pairs.
Chromosome pairs are positioned in the middle of the cell.
The homologous chromosomes separate and move towards opposite poles.