Biology Lecture Exam IIIA

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Biology Lecture Exam IIIA Unit II Mitosis/Meiosis 1.Cell division consists of A. DNA synthesis and DNA degradation B.Meiosis and Mitosis C.Cell growth and cell death D.Mitosis and Cytokinesis A= D 2.In human beings,mitosis is necessary to allow A.growth and repair of tissues B.Formation of the gametes C.Maintaining the number of chromosomes in all body cells. D.The death of unnecessary cells. E.both a and c are correct. A= E 3.During interphase, A.hereditary material duplicates itself B.The cell is at rest and totally inactive C.The cell is dead D.Two nuclei split E.Centromeres divide. A=A 4.The cell cycle consists of A.Meiosis and interphase B.Changes from a haploid to a diploid state C.Mitosis(PMAT)and interphase D.metaphase and interphase E.prophase and interphase A=C 5.Synthesis of DNA occurs during interphase 6.Spindle fibers begin to appear during prophase 7.Mitosis involves somatic(body)cells 8.Concerning the control points in the cell cycle,Mitosis will not occur if DNA is damaged or not replicated,Mitosis stops if choromosomes are not properly aligned,and protein p53 stops cell cycle if DNA is damaged. 9.Which represents the correct sequence of stages
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2011 for the course BIO 1408 taught by Professor Beechinor during the Spring '08 term at Alamo Colleges.

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