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Does a relationship exist between the complexity of an organism and the number of chromosomes found in their cells?
a) Yes
b) NO
c)
d)

At the end of mitosis, ___________ daughter cells are produced.
a) 23
b) 46
c) 2
d) 4

Once mitosis is complete, splitting of the cytoplasm or ________________ occurs.
a) cellular respiration
b) Interphase
c) meiosis
d) cytokinesis

__________________ is the stage of mitosis where the chromosomes are lined up in the middle.
a) prophase
b) metaphase
c) anaphase
d) telophase

_______________ is the combination of the 23rd chromosomes in a female.
a) Fe
b) Ma
c) XX
d) XY

___________________ is the combination of the 23rd chromosomes in a male.
a) YY
b) XY
c) XX
d) Ma

_________________ is the term for a fertilized egg.
a) zygote
b) embryo
c) fetus
d) baby

Chromosomes are organized structures of __________________.
a) ATP
b) ADP
c) DNA
d) YMCA

Human body cells contain ______________ chromosomes.
a) 23
b) 46
c) 48
d) 92

Human sex cells contain ____________ chromosomes.
a) zero
b) 48
c) 46
d) 23

Bacteria reproduce by a process called ______________________.
a) fusion
b) mitosis
c) meiosis
d) binary fission

___________________ is the first phase of mitosis where the chromosomes condense and are visible.
a) Interphase
b) prophase
c) metaphase
d) anaphase

______________ is the phase of mitosis where the chromosomes are pulling apart.
a) prophase
b) metaphase
c) anaphase
d) telophase

At the end of telophase, two ______________ are produced.
a) embryos
b) zygotes
c) cells
d) nuclei

After mitosis and the end of cytokinesis, two __________ are produced.
a) twins
b) zygotes
c) cells
d) nuclei

Egg and sperm having half of the number of chromosomes are said to be ________________.
a) haploid
b) diploid
c) alive
d) dead

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