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Cell Cycle Problems Quiz


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a tumour that lacks the ability to spread throughout other tissues and organs

A. tumour

B. benign tumour

C. malignant tumour

D. cancer


agents that can cause mutations in DNA

A. carcinogens

B. mutagens

C. mutations

D. gene


abnormal cells with the ability to invade nearby tissue and migrate to other parts of the body. Also known as cancerous cells

A. tumour

B. benign tumour

C. malignant tumour

D. cancer


a mutated proto-oncogene that promotes rapid cell growth and replication

A. regulatory genes

B. pro-oncogenes

C. oncogene

D. tumor suppressor genes


cells that are involved in the generation of gametes in eukaryotes

A. germline cell

B. somatic cell

C. terminally differentiated cell

D. gameotic cell


a disease caused by the uncontrolled replication of cells with the ability to migrate to other parts of the body

A. tumour

B. benign tumour

C. malignant tumour

D. cancer


changes in the DNA of an individual

A. carcinogens

B. mutagens

C. mutations

D. gene


genes responsible for promoting the growth and development of cells. These are precursors of oncogenes

A. regulatory genes

B. pro-oncogenes

C. oncogene

D. tumor suppressor genes


agents which disrupt embryonic development leading to birth defects

A. carcinogens

B. mutagens

C. mutations

D. teratogens


a mass of abnormal cells

A. tumour

B. benign tumour

C. malignant tumour

D. cancer


a segment of DNA responsible for producing proteins that control the expression of other gene(s)

A. regulatory genes

B. pro-oncogenes

C. oncogene

D. tumor suppressor genes


genes responsible for repressing the growth and development of cells

A. regulatory genes

B. pro-oncogenes

C. oncogene

D. tumor suppressor genes


agents that can cause mutations in DNA leading to the development of cancer

A. carcinogens

B. mutagens

C. mutations

D. gene


the controlled death of cells in the body. Also known as programmed cell death

A. apoptosis

B. cytokenisis

C. apoptakinase

D. cytosis


any cell that is not a reproductive cell (such as sperm and egg cells). Somatic cells are diploid (2n), meaning they contain two sets of chromosomes – one inherited from each parent

A. germline cell

B. somatic cell

C. terminally differentiated cell

D. gameotic cell


a section of DNA that carries the code to make a protein

A. regulatory genes

B. pro-oncogenes

C. oncogene

D. genes


the migration of tumour cells from the primary tumour site to distant parts of the body

A. tumour

B. benign tumour

C. malignant tumour

D. metastasis


proteins which regulate the functioning of other proteins

A. transmembrane proteins

B. regulatory proteins

C. integral proteins

D. functional proteins




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