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What happens first in Mitosis?
a) Nuclei are formed b) Chromosomes are pulled apart c) Chromosomes form d) Chromosomes move to the middle
What happens after chromosomes are formed in Mitosis?
a) Nuclei are formed b) Chromosomes are pulled apart c) Chromosomes form d) Chromosomes move to the middle
What happens after chromosomes move to the middle?
a) Nuclei are formed b) Chromosomes are pulled apart c) Chromosomes form d) Chromosomes move to the middle
What happens after chromosomes are pulled apart?
a) Nuclei are formed b) Chromosomes are pulled apart c) Chromosomes form d) Chromosomes move to the middle
Which of the following is NOT a difference between Mitosis and Meiosis?
a) Number of cells produced b) Chromosomes pair in Meiosis c) Both happen in all cells d) DNA replication does not come before Meiosis
What kind of cells are created from Meiosis?
a) Red and White Blood Cells b) Sperm and Egg Cells c) Brain and Nerve Cells d) Heart and Lung Cells
What stage of the cell cycle do cells normally spend most of their time?
a) Cytokinesis b) Mitosis c) Interphase d) Meiosis
Which of the following is NOT a purpose of Mitosis?
a) Replacing damaged cells b) Replacing dead cells c) Tissue growth d) Produce energy
When does Cytokinesis happen?
a) After Mitosis b) Before Mitosis c) During Meiosis d) Before Meiosis
What is in Chromosomes?
a) DNA and Glucose b) DNA and Protein c) Just DNA d) Just Protein
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