In a cell with 8 duplicated chromosomes at which

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Question 22 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsIn a cell with 8 duplicated chromosomes, at which phase do the daughter chromosomes contain single chromatids?A. Prophase B. Metaphase C. Anaphase D. Telophase E. Cytokinesis
Feedback:Learning Objective: Discuss the behavior of chromosomes during karyokinesisQuestion 23 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsA cell’s entire amount of hereditary information is the
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In which phase are there 92 chromatids? Select all that apply.
Feedback:Incorrect:Learning Objective Text: Discuss the behavior of chromosomes during karyokinesisQuestion 25 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsWhat describes transcription factors?
Feedback:CorrectQuestion 26 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsWhat properties are expressed by wavelengths? Select all that apply.A. Visible light’s wavelengths are between 400-740nm B. Red absorbs little energy C. Green is useful in absorbing light during photosynthesis D. Chlorophyll a reflects red light well E. Chlorophyll b absorbs a lot of energy from 460nm wavelengths
Feedback:CorrectQuestion 27 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsP700 first transfers an electron through chlorophyll and a bound
Feedback:CorrectQuestion 28 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsIf calcium levels are low, cAMP activity increases which leads to synthesis and release of parathyroid hormone. cAMP acts as a(n)
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Inositol phopholipids are (select all that apply)
Feedback:Correct!Question 30 of 402.5/ 2.5 PointsCharles Darwin was plagued by a mysterious chronic disease. It had a variety of symptoms including nausea, fatigue, and neurological problems that sometimes incapacitated him for weeks. His voyage on the Beagle is 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 adefect in mitochondrial DNA. What is the likely consequence of such a defect?A. failure to replicate DNA in reproductive tissues B. elevated ATP production in critical body organs C. reduced ATP production throughout the body D. low pyruvate production due to failure of glycolysis E. vitamin B overdose
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