Cells In Action 2 Question Preview (ID: 22228)

Chapter 4 Test Review.

Human body cells have 23 pairs of
a) chromatids
b) homologous chromosomes
c) nuclei
d) fissions

____________ is the movement of particles from an area where their concentration is high to an area where their concentration is low.
a) active transport
b) diffusion
c) endocytosis
d) mitosis

Chromatids are held together at a region called the
a) centriole
b) chromosome
c) centromere
d) spindle fiber

The nuclear membrane breaks apart and the centrioles move to opposite ends of the cell during
a) Mitosis Phase 1
b) Mitosis Phase 2
c) Mitosis Phase 3
d) Mitosis Phase 4

Two identical cells are formed after mitosis during the process of
a) binary fusion
b) meiosis
c) cytokinesis
d) fusion

Organelles and DNA are replicated
a) During mitosis
b) After mitosis
c) During Cytokinesis
d) Before Mitosis

During mitosis phase 3 (Anaphase),
a) the nuclear envelop breaks apart
b) chromosomes line up
c) chromatids separate and pull to opposite sides of the cell
d) Nuclear envelops form around the two sets of chromosomes

Plants and animals capture their energy from the sun
a) true
b) false

Cellular respiration describes how a cell breathes.
a) true
b) false

How do prokaryotic cells make more cells
a) mitosis
b) diffusion
c) binary fusion
d) binary fission

Passive transport
a) does not require energy
b) requires energy

Active transport
a) requires energy
b) does not require energy

Which of the following will not work to transport large molecules?
a) Exocytosis
b) Endocytosis
c) Diffusion

What is required for cellular respiration to take place?
a) Glucose and oxygen
b) carbon dioxide and water
c) energy and oxygen
d) energy, carbon dioxide and water

Which cells would you expect to find the greater number of mitochondria?
a) Plant cells
b) Muscle cells
c) Skin cells
d) Prokaryotic cells

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