The process of mitosis results in a four diploid

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67. The process of mitosis results in: a. Four diploid cells b. Four haploid cells c. Two diploid cells d. Two haploid cells 68. During which process do the cellular contents separate (two daughter cells) after the genetic material has been distributed during telophase in mitosis? 69. A cell with a diploid number of 24 fails to undergo cytokinesis while performing mitosis so that the daughter cells do not form. How many chromosomes will be in the resulting cell? 46; replicated b. 46; unreplicated c. 23; replicated d. 23; unreplicated 70. How many chromosomes, arranged in how many pairs, would be shown in a normal human karyotype? (number of chromosomes, number of pairs) a. 4, 2 b. 23, 23 71. How many nuclear divisions occur during meiosis? a. 4 b. 6 c. 12 d. 24 73. Which of the following processes results in only one of the haploid cells being viable? 74. What is decreased during the process of meiosis? 75. Meiosis is called reduction division. When does the reduction in chromosome number occur? 76. Human cells that have completed telophase I will each contain ________ chromosomes, which will be in a(n) ________ form. a. 46; replicated b. 46; unreplicated c. 23; replicated d. 23; unreplicated 77. You are looking at diagrams of cells in the process of division and are uncertain as to what process you are viewing (mitosis or meiosis). You determine that the cells you are looking at have 7 chromosomes. You can confidently assume that these cells are in which phase based on this odd chromosome number? 78. Polar bodies are unique products of: 79. A process in which a sister chromatid from the mother and a sister chromatid inherited from the father pair up and form tetrads and exchange DNA to form genetically diverse gametes is called: b. prophase. c. cytokinesis. d. crossing over. 80. Crossing over results in
d. new species

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