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During which phase do the sister chromatids separate and move to opposite ends of the cell?
a) metaphase II
b) anaphase I
c) anaphase II
d) telophase II

The pairing of homologous chromosomes during meiosis creates
a) a haploid number of chromosomes
b) sister chromatids
c) tetrads
d) metaphase I

At the end of meiosis I the daughter cells contain
a) a diploid number of chromosomes with half the amount of DNA
b) a haploid number of chromosomes with half the amount of DNA
c) a diploid number of chromosomes with twice the amount of DNA
d) a haploid number of chromosomes with twice the amount of DNA

Unlike mitosis, meiosis results in for formation of
a) diploid cells
b) haploid cells
c) 2N daughter cells
d) body cells

Crossing-over occurs during
a) prophase I
b) metaphase I
c) prophase II
d) anaphase II

Tetrads are separated during
a) prophase II
b) metaphase II
c) anaphase I
d) prophase I

If an organism's diploid number is 12, what is its haploid number?
a) 12
b) 6
c) 24
d) 3

What is formed at the end of meiosis?
a) two genetically identical cells
b) four genetically different cells
c) four genetically identical cells
d) two genetically different cells

Chromosomes form tetrads during
a) prophase I
b) metaphase I
c) interphase
d) anaphase II

A cell that contains both sets of homologous chromosomes is said to be
a) diploid
b) haploid
c) polyploidy
d) duplicated

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