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Which one of the following does NOT perform mitosis?
a) a prokaryotic cell
b) a plant cell
c) a eukaryotic cell
d) a human body cell

Which of the following would form a cell plate during the cell cycle?
a) human cell
b) all of the answers
c) plant cell
d) prokaryotic cell

Chromosomes are organized structures of ___.
a) ATP
b) phospholipids
c) organelles
d) DNA

Which of the following would have cells that would undergo binary fission?
a) a potato plant
b) an insect
c) bacteria
d) a human body

Human body cells have ___.
a) a single, circular chromosome
b) 23 pair of homologous chromosomes
c) 48 chromosomes
d) 8 chromosomes

Mitosis is usually divided into ___ stages.
a) one
b) four
c) three
d) two

Before mitosis begins ___.
a) the nuclear membrane breaks apart.
b) the chromosomes line up along the equator of the cell
c) the chromatids separate
d) the chromosomes and other cell materials are copied

The final phase of mitosis, ___.
a) the chromosomes and other cell materials are copies
b) the nuclear membrane forms around the two new sets of chromosomes
c) the chromatids separate
d) the chromosomes line up along the equator of the cell

Once mitosis is complete, the splitting of the cytoplasm or ___ occurs.
a) endocytosis
b) cytokinesis
c) exocytosis
d) osmosis

A difference in cell division between animal cells/human cells and plant cells occurs during ___.
a) endocytosis
b) mitosis
c) cytokinesis
d) osmosis

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