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The Cell Division Quiz tests your knowledge about cell division terminology and chromosome number.
1. Which of the following are eukaryotic nuclear division mechanisms?
b.Gene splicing
c.Binary fission
2. Multicellular organisms grow by mitosis and cytoplasmic cell division of:
a.Germ cells
b.Somatic cells
c.Sperm cells
d.Blood cells
3. Meiosis occurs in:
a.Somatic cells only
b.Germ cells only
c.Somatic and germ cells
d.None of the above
4. Which of the following makes up a chromosome?
c.a large number of artificial nucleic acid
d.all of the above
5. After chromosomes are duplicated they remain attached until late mitosis in a form comprised of:
a.A centromere connecting 2 sister chromatids
b.A centromere connecting 2 duplex chromatids
c.A centromere connecting a sister chromatid to a duplex chromatid
d.Two sister chromatids twisted like a spiral staircase
6. Each species has a characteristic chromosome number which in humans is:
a.46 2 sets of 23 unique, identical chromosomes
b.46 2 sets of 23 different, paired chromosomes
c.48 2 sets of 24 unique, identical chromosomes
d.48 2 sets of 24 different, paired chromosomes
7. The centromere location connecting sister chromatids is in the same place in all chromosomes.
8. When the chromosome number in humans is diploid or 2n there are normally:
a.21 chromosomes from the father and 21 chromosomes from the mother
b.22 chromosomes from the father and 22 chromosomes from the mother
c.23 chromosomes from the father and 23 chromosomes from the mother
d.24 chromosomes from the father and 24 chromosomes from the mother
9. A human cell can function properly as long as there are at least 22 of the 23 chromosome sets present.
10. What is the region with attachment sites for microtubules used to move chromosomes during replication called?
b.Anchor plate
11. How do egg cells and body cells differ in chromosomal terms?
a.Egg cells are 2n and body cells are 1n
b.Egg cells are 4n and body cells are 2n
c.Egg cells are haploid and body cells are diploid
d.Egg cells are diploid and body cells are haploid
12. The chromosomes of each chromosome pair in a human diploid cell are:
a.Similar in length
b.Similar in shape
c.Carry instructions for the same traits
d.Identical to the other pairs in length and shape
13. Ribosomes are most abundant in the
b.Muscle fibers
c.Brain cell
14. The interphase lasts more than............of the duration of cell cycle
d.None of the above
15. which is the longest phase in karyokinesis?
16. how does cell reproduce?
a.by cutting
b.by cell division
c.by slicing
d.by lapping
17. which is the muscle cell which makes digestive tract
a.tricep muscle cell
b.smooth muscle cell
c.hard muscle cell
d.bicep muscle cell
18. germ cells divide to produce gammets through out life but somatic cells stop dividing after certain age.
a.because of less number of somatic cells
b.somatic cells changes into germ cells
c.telomerase activity in germ cells
19. What is the air speed velocity of a sparrow?
a.french or english?
b.english: 78
20. What is cytokenisis ?
a.the splitting of the membrane.
b.the splitting of the cytosol.
c.the splitting of the cytoplasm.
d.the splitting of the chromatins.
21. What is the first stage of prophase of meiosis1?
22. what is the order of Interphase
a.G1, S phase, G2
b.S phase, G1, G2
c.G1, G2, S phase
d.There is no order
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By: zee on May 13, 2013
  this is tough
By: Allison on Mar 8, 2012
  Great place to test your knowledge on cell division. Preparing for nursing entrance exam
By: Bubba on Mar 26, 2011
  Great way to prepare for studies and exams
By: kristine on Feb 2, 2011
  cell division has 6 stages the prophase,prometaphase,metaphase, anaphase,telophase,and the last cytokinesis
By: Marina on Jan 31, 2011
  Cell Division ROCKS!
By: junejo a jalil on Jan 18, 2011
  Cell division is the process by which formation of new cells is also takes place. Mitosis keeps the no of chromosome constant from cell division to cell division in body cells.
By: mikey on Nov 29, 2010
  im in like 7th grade i didnt need half of these questions thanks anyway though i just need a score on the things weve learned
By: Jake Smith on Nov 20, 2010
  hi hi hello hi hello
By: kidaga on Jul 5, 2010
  celldivision is the process by which new cellsare made in the body .it occurs mainly by two processes ie mitosis and meiosis.meiosis involves in duplication of cells resulting into four haploidcells.
By: Georgie on Mar 9, 2010
  Each stage of cell division is hard to learn!
By: najamul on Nov 13, 2009
  It is thought provking and useful
By: Carl on Nov 11, 2009
  The attachment sites for spindle fibers on a chromosome is called the kinetichore.
By: chevele on Oct 15, 2009
  Chromosome number is different for different species.
By: RobertoBaron on Oct 8, 2009
  Wow.. I was challenged.
By: Michael Oakley on Sep 23, 2009
  this was awesome! im a nerd!
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  VERY interesting
By: tart on Jul 17, 2009
  its ok to try
By: Daisy on Jul 9, 2009
  very challenging
By: zi on Jun 20, 2009
  i hope i can score
By: sayene on Jun 14, 2009
  very challenging
By: priashini on Apr 25, 2009
  itz very intersting fun learning about cell division.....hppe all the studentz have a great fun answering QuizMoz.....
By: david archuleta on Mar 23, 2009
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By: regina george on Feb 8, 2009
  i'm good at bio
By: celine on Dec 22, 2008
  Cells are cool
By: lucky on Dec 9, 2008
  what an amazing job a cell does!!
By: kristina on Nov 28, 2008
  Biology is interesting. I may want to major in it
By: Joe on Nov 22, 2008
  Cells are cool
By: bobbyjoe on Nov 20, 2008
  cell division is quite an interesting subject
By: Dedeeaq on Nov 19, 2008
  It is a very hard quiz wich i think i passed if i didnt i tried
By: olivia hodges on Nov 19, 2008
  my site of cell division is that the chromosomes of each chromosomes pair in a human diploid cell are carry instructions for the same trait.
By: whitney on Nov 18, 2008
  I need to learn more about the cell division
By: Shalisa cole on Nov 18, 2008
  Cell division is a dum name but you know I just was playing.
By: Brianna Burns on Nov 18, 2008
  What is diploid ?
By: Tyleca on Nov 18, 2008
  lussa this is so boaring
By: me on Nov 17, 2008
  Most cells spend most of their life in the INTERPHASE stage.
By: blacki on Nov 16, 2008
  wow interesting its made me think
By: digi on Oct 21, 2008
  Good source!
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By: khushi on Oct 20, 2008
  cell division stage are very intersting
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  interesting aspects of biology

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