The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks – UNIT 1: Comprehension QuestionsDirections: Record your answers on this sheet. You are to complete your designated question set, ODD or EVEN. LIST THE PAGE NUMBERS OF YOUR ANSWERS. Remember to submit your answers to the correct Schoology link.DUE TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 2019. Prologue-The Woman in the Photograph1.
What code name is given to the world’s first immortal human cells? 2.Henrietta’s cells, in zero gravity, went to help medicine advance creating the polio vaccine, chemotherapy, cloning, gene mapping, in vitro fertilization.3.What 5 medical advances are H’s cells responsible for? 4.first told the author about HeLa cells5.What year did Henrietta die? 6.Henrietta died from cervical cancer.7.What did surgeons take from Henrietta? 8.Henrietta cells continued to double every 24 hours.9.What magazine photo stood out for the author more than any others from the Lack family? 10. The author decided to tell Henrietta’s storyowfdkpbgqrt11.What was the religious difference between Deborah Lack and the author?12. they started experimenting on the cells without permission.13.The author uses several similes to describe cells. What simile does she use to describe the way acell looks? 14.What simile does she use to explain the functions of the different parts of a cell? 15.What is mitosis? What beneficial biological processes involve mitosis?16.What simile does Donald Defler use to describe mitosis? 17.What can be the deadly result of a mistake during the process of mitosis? 18.According to Defler, how important was the discovery of HeLa cells?19.Before she had even graduated from high school, Skloot tried to learn more about the person behind the HeLa cells. Write down 7 actions taken by Skloot to learn more information about