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Knowing that cells duplicate themselves, one could reasonably predict that individual chromosomes can
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1)

grow rapidly during mitosis

2)

undergo continuous chemical change

3)

produce copies of themselves

4)

be contained in the mitochondria



please view diagram below for following question:

The phase of mitosis of this cell is
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1)

anaphase

2)

telophase

3)

metaphase

4)

prophase


Use the diagram in question 7 to answer the following question.

During the next phase of this cell
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1)

chromosomes will uncoil

2)

tetrads will form

3)

the nucleolus will disappear

4)

centromeres will seperate


Use the diagram in question 7 to answer the following question.

Each daughter cell will contain
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1)

4 single-stranded chromosomes

2)

4 double-stranded chromosomes

3)

2 double-stranded chromosomes

4)

2 single-stranded chromosomes


Use the diagram in question 7 to answer the following question.

Chromosomes will be replicated during the next
Question  options:

1)

interphase

2)

prophase

3)

metaphase

4)

telophase



Plant cell mitosis differs from animal cell mitosis in that
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1)

plants have no equatorial plate in the cell

2)

plants have no centromeres

3)

plants have no centrioles visible

4)

a plant's nucleus doesn't disintegrate



Through meiosis the
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1)

chromosome number in each gamete duobles in each generation.

2)

chromosomes in each offspring remain the same from generation to generation.

3)

gametes are produced in a way that reduces the chromosome number by one-half.

4)

chromosome number is varied in members of a species to form variations from member to member.
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Knowing that cells duplicate themselves, one could reasonably predict that individual chromosomes can
Question options:

1)

grow rapidly during mitosis

2)

undergo continuous chemical change

3)

produce copies of themselves

4)

be contained in the mitochondria


During the next phase of this cell
Question options:

1)

chromosomes will uncoil

2)

tetrads will form

3)

the nucleolus will disappear

4)

centromeres will seperate

The phase of mitosis of this cell is
Question options:

1)

anaphase

2)

telophase

3)

metaphase

4)

prophase

Use the diagram in question 7 to answer the following question.

Each daughter cell will contain
Question options:

1)

4 single-stranded chromosomes

2)

4 double-stranded chromosomes

3)

2 double-stranded chromosomes

4)

2 single-stranded chromosomes

Chromosomes will be replicated during the next
Question  options:

1)

interphase

2)

prophase

3)

metaphase

4)

telophase

Plant cell mitosis differs from animal cell mitosis in that
Question  options:

1)

plants have no equatorial plate in the cell

2)

plants have no centromeres

3)

plants have no centrioles visible

4)

a plant's nucleus doesn't disintegrate



Through meiosis the
Question  options:

1)

chromosome number in each gamete duobles in each generation.

2)

chromosomes in each offspring remain the same from generation to generation.

3)

gametes are produced in a way that reduces the chromosome number by one-half.

4)

chromosome number is varied in members of a species to form variations from member to member.
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