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5/2/2020APUS CLE : BIOL133 A002 Win 20 : Tests & Quizzes1/132.5/ 2.5 Points2.5/ 2.5 Points2.5/ 2.5 PointsExam 2-Chapters 7-11 - Copy #1Return to Assessment ListComment: Good work on this difficult exam!Part 1 of 1 -95.0/ 100.0 PointsQuestion 1 of 40Which event is similar between prophase I and prophase? Select all that apply.A. The nuclear membrane begins to disintegrateB. Spindle fibers appearC. Each chromosome is composed of two chromatidsD. Chromosomes condenseE. Each chromosome has potentially experienced crossoverF. Tetrads are present
Feedback: CorrectQuestion 2 of 40In a cell with 8 duplicated chromosomes, at which phase do the daughter chromosomes containsingle chromatids?
Feedback: Learning Objective: Discuss the behavior of chromosomes during karyokinesisQuestion 3 of 40________ are ligands, which promote cell growth.A. ApoptosisBIOL133 A002 Win 20Tests & QuizzesTests & Quizzes
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Feedback: Correct!Question 4 of 40Which environment would tend to have plants with the broadest leaves?
Feedback: CorrectQuestion 5 of 40Removal of NH3 is best described as ____________ .A. beta oxidationB. deminationC. lipolysisD. glycolysis
Feedback: Learning Objective: Discuss the ways in which carbohydrate metabolic pathways, glycolysis, and thecitric acid cycle interrelate with protein and lipid metabolic pathwaysQuestion 6 of 40A newly-discovered butterfly species has a chromosome number of n=7. Match the total number ofchromosomes in each type of cell.A. 7B. 14B1. ZygoteA2. Daughter cell after telophase IIFeedback: The gamete is haploid (7), the zygote is the diploid embryo (14), somatic cells are diploid (14) and aftertelophase II the daughter cells are haploid (7).
5/2/2020APUS CLE : BIOL133 A002 Win 20 : Tests & Quizzes3/132.5/ 2.5 Points2.5/ 2.5 Points2.5/ 2.5 PointsQuestion 7 of 40Charles Darwin was plagued by a mysterious chronic disease. It had a variety of symptoms includingnausea, fatigue, and neurological problems that sometimes incapacitated him for weeks. His voyage on the Beagleis even more remarkable considering the misery of his “seasickness” during the trip.Based on his symptoms and those of family members, it is thought that Darwin may have suffered from a defect inmitochondrial DNA. What is the likely consequence of such a defect?
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