BIO51-100 - 51. One difference between mitosis and...

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51. One difference between mitosis and cytokinesis in higher plants and animal is that in plants a) spindles contain microfibils in addition to microtubules but animal spindles do not contain microfibils b) sister chromatids are identical but differ from one another in animals c) cell plate begins to form at telophase, but animals cleavage furrow is initiated at that stage d) chromosomes attached to spindle at prophase, animals not til anaphase e) spindle poles contain centrioles but in animals do not 52. Taxol is: anticancer, disrupts microtubules by binding to them and accelerating their assembly from protein precursor, tubulin. Taxol must affect. .. a) fibers of mitosis spindle b) anaphase c) formation of centriole d) chromatid assembly e) s phase 53. Primarily responsible for cytokinesis in plants is: a) kinetochores b) Golgi derived vesicles c) actin and myosin d) centrioles and basal bodies e) cyclin dependent kinase 54. Which does not reproduce by mitosis: a) cow b) bacterium c) mushroom
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2011 for the course BIO 104 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '11 term at Saddleback.

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BIO51-100 - 51. One difference between mitosis and...

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