Biology Review Quiz- Part 2

Biology Review Quiz- Part 2 - Science 9 Final Exam 2006...

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Science 9 Biology Review 2006 Final Exam 2006 Part 2: Short Answer Questions 1. Name the four phases in the cell cycle. 2. Explain why the genetic material of the cell must be duplicated before asexual reproduction takes place. Write your answer in paragraph form. 3. For binary fission, describe the events taking place in the organism. Write your answer in sentences and give appropriate examples. 4. For budding, describe the events taking place in the organism. Write your answer in sentences and give appropriate examples. 5. For spore formation, describe the events taking place in the organism. Write your answer in sentences and give appropriate examples. 6. For fragmentation, describe the events taking place in the organism. Write your answer in sentences and give appropriate examples. 7. There are four nitrogen bases in DNA. List them. 8. Explain why DNA is called the double helix. 9. Organisms such as salamanders are able to regenerate lost tails. Crabs and lobsters can replace missing claws and legs. This works because these organisms are able to make
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