If S phase were eliminated from the cell cycle, the daughter cells following mitosis would be genetically identical to the parent cell. synthesize...
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If S phase were eliminated from the cell cycle, the daughter cells following mitosis would

be genetically

identical to the parent cell.


synthesize the missing DNA independently of the parent cell.


have half the DNA found in the parent cell.


Proceed to undergo meiosis, which reduces chromosome number.


be genetically identical to each other.

2.Which of the following events occurs first in mitosis?

Formation of new nuclear membranes.


Formation of new cell wall components.


Separation of sister chromatids.


Attachment of microtubules to the centromeres.


Chromatin compaction/condensation

3.Which of the following is a major factor responsible for density-dependent (contact) inhibition

a high concentration of growth-inhibiting factors


contact with other cells provides survival signals that keep the cell alive.


signals induced in the cell by contact with neighboring cells prevent re-entry into S-phase.


cells' innate ability to "sense" when the organ of which they are a part has no need for additional cells


accumulating mutations in the cell's DNA

 

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