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Cell Division Quizzes & Trivia

Biology is all about life. And life is really all about continuation, and in order for life to continue, reproduction has to occur at the cellular level so that genetic information (DNA) is replicated. Eventually, all cells need to duplicate, regardless of our approval or disapproval. The process by which new cells are made is called cell division.

Although, if you already knew that, you might want to take a crack at our cell division quizzes, featuring questions such as: “Why is it important for chromosomes to be condensed during mitosis and de-condensed during interphase?”, “What are the respective ploidies of gamete, zygote and somatic cells in a species with gametic meiosis?”, and “What are the differences between astral and an-astral mitosis?”. Good luck, doc!
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Cell division is when a cell divides to form two or more daughter cells during reproduction. Cells complete this division in three different ways, which can either be through mitosis, meiosis, or binary fission. Take it up and...

Questions: 18  |  Attempts: 8013   |  Last updated: Mar 22, 2021
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    In what stage, does a Cell spend the majority of its life?

A quiz basically using vocabulary about mitosis and meiosis intended for middle school science. (south carolina standards - 7th grade)

Questions: 15  |  Attempts: 2195   |  Last updated: Apr 23, 2018
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    What is an organism reproduced by one or two parents?

The process of cell division

Questions: 6  |  Attempts: 515   |  Last updated: Jan 31, 2013
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    What two types of cell division are there?


Questions: 23  |  Attempts: 266   |  Last updated: Nov 2, 2017
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    The first phase of mitosis is __________

Chapter 10 Test covering Reproduction, Mitosis, Cancer, and Stem Cells

Questions: 40  |  Attempts: 1026   |  Last updated: Aug 22, 2019
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    Asexual reproduction is a process by which a single parent reproduces by itself.
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