Cells with two of each kind of chromosome are described by the term… diploid. haploid. polyploid. tetraploid. Triploid. The spindle apparatus begins to become visible during… prophase. anaphase. metaphase. interphase. telophase. Chromosomes become visible during prophase of mitosis as a result of… addition of proteins to the DNA. chromatid duplication. DNA synthesis. uncoiling. condensation. Which phase of mitosis is associated with formation of the nuclear envelope? anaphase metaphase prophase telophase interphase The two main stages of cell division are called… the M phase and the S phase. mitosis and interphase. synthesis and cytokinesis. cytokinesis and mitosis. The result of mitosis is the production of… genetically identical diploid cells genetically varied haploid cells genetically identical haploid cells genetically varied diploid cells In eukaryotic cells, which can occur during the stages of mitosis?
fragmentation and disappearance of nuclear envelope all of these the duplication of chromatids synapsis and crossing over the replication of DNA Most of the cell cycle is spent in… cytokinesis interphase anaphase prophase None of these. Figure 10–3 What is the name of the structure labeled A in figure 10-3? cleavage furrow cell wall cell membrane cell plate
Figure 10–2 The structure labeled A in Figure 10–2 is called the… centriole. centromere. sister chromatid. spindle. Which pair is correct? G2 phase, preparation for mitosis M phase, cell growth G1 phase, DNA replication S phase, cell division Mitosis and cytoplasmic division function in… all of these. growth. repair of damaged tissue. asexual reproduction. replacement of worn-out cells. When a cell undergoes mitosis,... there is an exact duplication and division of all of the organelles between daughter cells. the daughter cell has genes identical to those of the mother cell that produced it. the daughter cells have identical genes, and the daughter cell has genes identical to those of the mother cell that produced it. the amount of cytoplasm in the mother cell and in each of the daughter cells is equal. the daughter cells have identical genes. In mitosis, if a parent cell has 16 chromosomes, each daughter cell will have how many chromosomes? 64 32 8 4 16
Figure 10–2 The structures labeled B in Figure 10–2 are called… sister chromatids. centrioles. spindles. centromeres. As a cell becomes larger, its… surface area stays the same, but its volume increases.
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