1.A gene that normally encodes a receptor for a growth factor but is mutated to signal growth in the absence of such factor would be referred to as a...
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1.A gene that normally encodes a receptor for a growth factor but is mutated to signal growth in the absence of

such factor would be referred to as a


chemo-receptor gene


tumor suppressor gene


cytokinesis gene


oncogene


apoptosis gene


2.Cells in animal tissue culture undergo cell divisions until a single layer of cells has formed a complete layer over the bottom of the flask. This is an illustration of ________ .


All of the above are correct.


normal (non-cancerous) cellular behavior


density-dependent inhibition


anchorage dependence

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