Ch11questions - 1. What major events occur during anaphase...

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1. What major events occur during anaphase of mitosis? A) Chromosomes replicate, so each chromosome consists of two identical sister chromatids. B) Chromosomes condense and the nuclear envelope disappears. C) The chromosomes end up at opposite ends of the cell, and two nuclear envelopes form. D) Sister chromatids separate, forming independent chromosomes. 2. At the end of mitosis, each daughter cell has: A. twice the DNA and half the cytoplasm of the parent cell B. identical DNA to that of the parent cell C. half the DNA and half the cytoplasm of the parent cell D. twice the cytoplasm and the same amount of DNA as the parent cell 3. The microtubular organizing center found in animal cells is an identifiable structure present during all stages of the cell cycle. Specifically, it is known as which of the following? A. cell plate B. centrosome C. centromere D. kinetochore 4. Nerve cells lose their ability to undergo mitosis. Instead, they are permanently stuck in: A. G 0 B.G 2 C. S phase D. M phase
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course BMB 461 taught by Professor Stoltzfus during the Spring '07 term at Michigan State University.

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Ch11questions - 1. What major events occur during anaphase...

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