SC.7.L.16.3 Cell Division Question Preview (ID: 45427)


Asexual Vs Sexual Reproduction.[print questions]

What is a trait?
a) the genetic material in the nucleus of your cells
b) a physical characteristic inherited from parents
c) a time period when a person lives their life
d) when the DNA is folded up into an X shape

What is cell division?
a) When parent cells split into daughter cells (mitosis and meiosis)
b) The new generation that has inherited the parent's DNA
c) a set of instructions that specify traits
d) cell movement, growth and change, in order to maintain homeostasis

What is an offspring?
a) The process of creating two identical daughter cells
b) The parent cell (original cell) before meiosis
c) A punk rock band with hits like: The Kids Aren't Alright
d) The new generation (kids)

What is a daughter cell?
a) The original cell before the cell undergoes mitosis
b) Inherited material that is passed onto the offspring
c) Cells resulting from cell division of the parent cell(s)
d) Passing on genetic information to the next generation

What is meiosis?
a) Process where a bud is formed with identical DNA to the parent cells.
b) Process where one parent cell passes on a full and identical copy of the genetic material to the offspring
c) Process where one parent cell gives half of their genetic material to be passed on to the gamete cells
d) Process where two parent cells contribute half of their genetic material to be passed on to the gamete cells

What is mitosis?
a) Process of creating two identical daughter cells
b) A toe with a cyst growing on it
c) A reproductive cell (gamete) like egg or sperm
d) Process of creating two gametes with half the chromosomes

What is sexual reproduction?
a) When one parent cell passes on a full and identical copy of the genetic material to the offspring
b) When two parent cells pass on a pass on half of their genetic material to the offspring
c) The process of one parent cell creating two genetically identical daughter cells
d) The process that animals use to repair cells and maintain homeostasis

What is asexual reproduction?
a) When the new generation inherits half of the genes from each parent
b) When two parent cells pass on half of their genetic material (chromosomes) to the offspring
c) When one parent cell passes on a full and identical copy of the genetic material to the offspring
d) the process that plants and bacteria use to reproduce

What is a gamete?
a) A reproductive cell (egg or sperm)
b) organelles in the cell
c) a set of instructions that specify traits
d) a time when a group meets for games

A gene is found...
a) in a gamete
b) on a chromosome
c) in the offspring
d) in the closet next to the shirts

Which is true about the DNA of the offspring of asexual reproduction?
a) The DNA of the new cell is a new unique strand of DNA.
b) The DNA of the new cell is a blend of the parent plant's DNA.
c) The DNA of the new cell is the same as the DNA of the parent cell.
d) The DNA of the new cell is different from the DNA of the cell plant.

How many parent cells are involved in sexual reproduction?
a) one
b) two
c) three
d) none

How many parent cells are involved in asexual reproduction?
a) one
b) two
c) three
d) none

Which process is used in sexual reproduction?
a) biotechnology
b) translation
c) mitosis
d) meiosis

Which process is used in asexual reproduction?
a) mitosis
b) meiosis
c) transcription
d) translation

How many gametes are made with meiosis?
a) 2
b) 4
c) 1
d) 46

How many daughter cells are made with mitosis?
a) 2
b) 4
c) 1
d) 46

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