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PracticeExam01Steven-REVISED - Q1: Given these choices, the...

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Q1: Given these choices, the progression of cancer typically occurs in what order? A. Normal, Hyperplastic, Dysplastic, Neoplastic, Metastatic B. Normal, Dysplastic, Neoplastic, Hyperplastic, Metastatic C. Normal, Metastatic, Neoplastic, Hyperplastic, Dysplastic D. Metastatic, Normastic, Hyperplastic, Neoplastic, Dysplastic Q2: Of the following statements, which of the following is/are true? A: There is much evidence that tumors arise from single cell transformations which turns normal cells into cancer cells, wherein this cell is considered “deranged”. This transformation of single cells is called monoclonal growths. B: There is evidence that supports tumors arise from monoclonal growths including translocation of chromosomal matter, which sees call cancer cell descendants possessing the same non- homologous chromosome as the progenitor cancer cell. Based on this evidence and the understanding that cancer develops over decades, we can say that monoclonal growths is definitive and rigorous proof of cancer growth.
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This note was uploaded on 01/04/2011 for the course BIO 314 taught by Professor Erster,s during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Stony Brook.

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