Practice Test 3 - T3 Practice Questions for Mitosis,...

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T3 Practice Questions for Mitosis, Meiosis and Genetics   Problems Chapters 12-15 Bsc2010 Fall 07 1. In tigers 2n = 72; this means:       a. there are 72 homologues b. there are 72 pairs of chromosomes c. there are 36 tetrads d. there are 36 homologous pairs e. more than one of the above is correct f. no correct answer 2. Checkpoints within the cell cycle:        a. are located within interphase and allow entry to G b. are located within G1, S and G2 c. are located within G1, M and G2 d. are located within G1, M, S and G2 You   may   use   the   following   choices   once   more   than   once   or  not at all to fill in the appropriate words in questions 3 and  4 below. Multiple answers per question are required.       a. sister chromatids
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b. homologous chromosomes c. diploid d. not replicated e. replicated   3.   During   G1   after   Mitosis   the   DNA     in   the   cell   is  ______and _________. 4. _______ are present during meiosis 1 Prophase, when the  cell is _________ and the DNA in the cell is _________ . 5. Normal cells are: a. anchorage dependent, density independent, division limited b.   density   dependent,   anchorage   independent,   division   not  limited c. density dependent, anchorage dependent, division limited Use the answer choices below to answer question 6. You may  use each answer more than once if necessary a.G0  b.G2c. S   d. .M    e.G1
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concentrations in_______  , while cyclin gradually increases  in   concentration   in     ________   and   is   at   its   lowest  concentration in _______. 7. Two chromatids that are attached by a centromere: a. contain identical genetic information       b. contain different genetic information              c. sometimes do and sometimes do not contain identical genetic  information, because crossing over may have          occurred 8. MAD genes produce a protein that can: a. activate p53 directly       b. causes nondisjunstion        c. promotes chaismata formation       d. promote synapsis e. interrupt the cell cycle A cell is 2n = 26. It completes meiosis. 9.   What   is   the   relationship   of   the   amount   of   DNA   as 
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