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Which of the following describes the splitting of the cell's cytoplasm?
a) cytokinesis
b) interphase
c) mitosis
d) plasmnesis

Cancer is a disorder in which some cells have lost the ability to control their
a) size
b) surface area
c) growth rate.
d) spindle fibers

During which phase of the cell cycle does the cell grow and spend most of its time?
a) cytokinesis
b) interphase
c) mitosis
d) time phase

One difference between cell division in plant and animal is that plant cells have
a) centriole
b) chromatin
c) centromere
d) a cell plate.

During mitosis if a parent cell has 4 chromosomes it will produce two daughter cells, each containing ______ chromosomes.
a) 4
b) 8
c) 2
d) 1

During which phase of mitosis do the chromosomes line up along the middle of the dividing cell?
a) interphase
b) anaphase
c) metaphase
d) M phase

When during the cell cycle is a cell’s DNA replicated?
a) cytokinesis
b) Mitosis
c) interphase
d) R phase

Mitosis produces
a) 1 daughter cell with different genes
b) 2 daughter cell with different genes
c) 1 daughter cell with exact copy of genes
d) 2 daughter cells with exact copies of genes

Compared to small cells, large cells have more trouble
a) moving materials in and out.
b) storing waste products.
c) producing daughter cells.
d) dividing.

During the mitosis (actual cell division) stage of the cell cycle what part of the cell is split?
a) ribosomes
b) cell membrane
c) mitochondria
d) nucleus

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