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During which phase of mitosis does the cell copy its DNA?
a) interphase b) anaphase c) metaphase d) prophase
how many daughter cells are produced at the end of mitosis
a) 1 b) 4 c) 3 d) 2
how many nuclear divisions does a cell go through for mitosis? How many times does the nucleus divide?
a) 1 b) 4 c) 3 d) 2
these are usually found at the opposite ends of a cell during mitosis or meiosis and they are used to help pull the cell apart
a) centriole b) spindle fibers c) partner chromosome d) chromosome
How many chromosomes are in the human egg cell or human sperm cell?
a) 24 in each b) 23 in the sperm; 23 in the egg c) 46 in the egg; 46 in the sperm d) 46 in the egg; 23 in the sperm
What is the correct order of steps in the cell cycle?
a) cytokinesis, interphase, mitosis b) interphase, cytokinesis, mitosis c) interphase, mitosis, cytokinesis d) mitosis, interphase, cytokinesis
time period when a cell is carrying on normal processes and not actively dividing
a) mitosis b) cell cycle c) somatic cycle d) interphase
After mitosis takes place, the daughter cells have what number of chromosomes as compared to the parent cell?
a) same b) forty-six c) double d) half
egg and sperm are types of sex cells called
a) somatic cells b) embryos c) gametes d) body cells
In females (humans), meiosis results in
a) 4 unequal size eggs b) 4 equal size eggs c) 4 eggs and two polar bodies d) 1 egg and 3 polar bodies
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