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The 2 main stages of cell division are
a) mitosis and cytokinesis
b) anaphase and telophase
c) mitosis and metaphase
d) cytokinesis and prophase

The chromatids are pulled to opposite ends of the cell during
a) prophase
b) telophase
c) anaphase
d) metaphase

The centrioles and spindle fibers appear during
a) prophase
b) metaphase
c) anaphase
d) telophase

The cell grows, DNA replicates, and the cell prepares for division during
a) metaphase
b) interphase
c) telophase
d) cytokinesis

The chromosomes line up down the middle of the cell during
a) prophase
b) anaphase
c) metaphase
d) telophase

Spindle fibers
a) help pull the chromosomes apart
b) form during prophase
c) have chromosomes attach at their centromeres
d) all of these

Two new nuclei form and the cells are almost separate during this phase.
a) prophase
b) telophase
c) interphase
d) cytokinesis

Mitosis produces
a) 2 genetically identical daughter cells
b) 2 genetically different daughter cells
c) 4 genetically different daughter cells
d) 4 genetically identical daughter cells

Unlike animal cells, plant cells have to form what during telophase and cytokinesis?
a) chloroplasts
b) vacuoles
c) cell walls
d) centrioles

Two new cells are completely separate from each other after this phase.
a) cytokinesis
b) anaphase
c) metaphase
d) interphase

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