Subject: Biology    / General Biology
Question
Which structure connects two sister chromatids?
• centriole
• centromere
• homologue
.

Question 2
Points: 10 out of 10

If a somatic cell has 46 chromosomes, how many chromosomes will you find in
the daughter cells, after mitosis?
• 46
• 92
• 69
• 23

Question 3
Points: 10 out of 10

Which of the following best describes cancer cells?
Cancer cells respond to appropriate regulatory signals
and divide in an uncontrolled manner.
• Cancer cells do not respond to appropriate regulatory
signals and divide in a controlled manner.
• Cancer cells respond to appropriate regulatory signals
and divide in a controlled manner.
• Cancer cells do not respond to appropriate regulatory
signals and divide in an uncontrolled manner.

Question 4
Points: 10 out of 10

What stage of cell division is shown in the image below?




Telophase
Anaphase
Prophase
Metaphase

Question 5
Points: 10 out of 10

Which stage of the cell cycle is NOT part of interphase?
• G2 (Gap 2)
• M (Mitosis or Meiosis)
• G1 (Gap 1)
• S (Synthesis)

Question 6
Points: 10 out of 10

Imagine a hypothetical organism (critter). A DIPLOID cell from this organism
has 40 chromosomes. How many chromosomes would be found in a HAPLOID
GAMETE of this organism?
• 80
• 40
• 20
• 46

Question 7
Points: 10 out of 10

If a somatic cell has 46 chromosomes, how many chromosomes will you find in
the daughter cells, after mitosis?
• 23
• 46
• 69

92

Question 8
Points: 10 out of 10

Imagine a hypothetical organism (critter). A GAMETE from this organism has
40 chromosomes. How many chromosomes would be found in a SOMATIC
CELL of this organism?
• 40
• 46
• 80
• 20

Question 9
Points: 10 out of 10

Chromosomes align on the equator of the cell.
• interphase
• metaphase
• telophase
• anaphase
• prophase

Question 10
Points: 10 out of 10

Gametes are supposed to be haploid. Complete the sentence: If nondisjunction
occurs,
• the gamete will be normal.
• Two answers are correct: the gamete could be diploid,
or it could be missing a chromosome entirely.
• the gamete could be diploid.
• the gamete could be missing a chromosome altogether.

Question 11
Points: 10 out of 10

DNA that is loosely wound is the easiest to replicate. Is this statement true or
false?
• False
• True

Question 12
Points: 10 out of 10

A sperm has 16 chromosomes. How many chromosomes were in the germ cell
that gave rise to the sperm?
• 32
• 16
• 64
• 8
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Yes. The germ cell had twice as many chromosomes as the sperm.

Question 13
Points: 10 out of 10

True or false: DNA that is loosely wound is the easiest to divide.
• False
• True

Question 14
Points: 10 out of 10

An organism produces gametes through what process?
• Meiosis
• Cellular respiration
• Mitosis
• Protein synthesis

Question 15
Points: 10 out of 10

Identify the structure marked #1:




Centromere
Chromatid
Homology
Chromosome

Question 4
Points: 10 out of 10

Gametes are supposed to be haploid. Complete the sentence: If nondisjunction
occurs,
• the gamete will be normal.
• Two answers are correct: the gamete could be diploid, or it could be
missing a chromosome entirely.
• the gamete could be diploid.
• the gamete could be missing a chromosome altogether.

Question 5
Points: 10 out of 10

A muscle cell would divide to make more muscle cells using the process of:
• mitosis
• fertilization
• meiosis

Question 6
Points: 10 out of 10

If a somatic cell has 46 chromosomes, how many chromosomes will you find in
the daughter cells, after mitosis?
• 69
• 46
• 92
• 23

Question 7
Points: 10 out of 10

Chromosomes align on the equator of the cell.
• telophase
• metaphase
• prophase
• interphase
• anaphase

Question 8
Points: 10 out of 10

During which stage of the cell cycle are cell organelles (like mitochondria,
lysosomes, ribosomes) DIVIDED into two new cells?
• Mitosis
• Cytokinesis
• S
• G2

Question 9
Points: 10 out of 10

Which stage of the cell cycle is NOT part of interphase?
• G1 (Gap 1)
• S (Synthesis)
• M (Mitosis or Meiosis)
• G2 (Gap 2)

Question 10
Points: 10 out of 10

Imagine a hypothetical organism (critter). A GAMETE from this organism has
40 chromosomes. How many chromosomes would be found in a SOMATIC
CELL of this organism?




40
46
20
80

Question 11
Points: 10 out of 10

An organism produces gametes through what process?
• Protein synthesis
• Mitosis
• Cellular respiration
• Meiosis

Question 12
Points: 10 out of 10

True or false: DNA that is loosely wound is the easiest to divide.
• True
• False

Question 13
Points: 10 out of 10

Imagine a hypothetical organism (critter). A DIPLOID cell from this organism
has 40 chromosomes. How many chromosomes would be found in a HAPLOID
GAMETE of this organism?
• 46
• 80
• 20
• 40

Question 14
Points: 10 out of 10

An organism produces gametes through what process?
• Cellular respiration
• Mitosis
• Protein synthesis
• Meiosis

Question 15

Points: 10 out of 10

A sperm has 16 chromosomes. How many chromosomes were in the germ cell
that gave rise to the sperm?
• 16
• 8
• 32
• 64

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