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What can fission be used to do?
a) asexual reproduction b) meiosis c) cell cycles d) sexual reproduction
Which of these is part of asexual reproduction?
a) regeneration b) egg c) zygote d) sperm
If a dipoloid tomatos cell has 24 chromosomes, how many chromosomes will the tomato's sex cells have?
a) 48 b) 12 c) 6 d) 24
The final step in the mitosis process for animal cells is ___.
a) telophase b) interphase c) centrioles d) chromosomes
The process of meiosis ensures that organisms will have ___.
a) the same diploid number as its parents have b) different numbers of chromosomes than its parents have c) the ability to reproduce by budding d) a different haploid number than its parents have
The process of the cell cycle where the nucleus divides to create two identical nuclei is called ___.
a) mitosis b) interphase c) mutation d) DNA
The four nitrogen bases that are found in DNA are adenine, guanine, thymine, and ___.
a) cytosine b) cytoplasm c) chromatid d) centriole
Which of these is a part of sexual reproduction?
a) regeneration b) fission c) budding cells d) zygote
DNA code is ___ before being passed to new cells.
a) regenerated b) destroyed c) copied d) doubled
During prophase, the two centrioles ___.
a) move to opposite ends of the cell b) turn into chromosomes c) help plant cells develop d) disintegrate during the process
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