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Four phase process in which two nuclei are created is known as

A. Mitosis

B. Cytokenesis

C. Centrioles

D. Synthesis (S)


The cell spends most of its life in

A. Interphase

B. Prophase

C. Cytokenesis

D. Mitosis


The DNA is replicated during this sub-phase of interphase.

A. Cytokenesis

B. Synthesis (S)

C. Mitosis

D. Gap 1 (G1)


DNA in the form of chromatin is present during

A. Metaphase

B. interphase

C. anaphase

D. None of these


A new cell wall that develops between the nuclei of plant cells in Telophase.

A. Chromosomes

B. Cytokenesis

C. Cell Plate

D. Gap 1 (G1)


The carries out routine functions as it grows and makes proteins and organelles.

A. Cytokenesis

B. Synthesis (S)

C. Gap 1 (G1)

D. Spindle Fibers


Splitting the cytoplasm to create two daughter cells.

A. Cytokenesis

B. Spindle Fibers

C. Cell Plate

D. Synthesis (S)


Nine triplets of microtubules that assist with cell division are called

A. Mitosis

B. Sister Chromatids

C. Centromeres

D. Centrioles


Two identical chromosomes that are created before cell division are called

A. Sister chromatids

B. Centromeres

C. Centrioles

D. Chromosomes


Structures that are elongations of centrioles and assist with nuclear division.

A. Centrioles

B. Spindle Fibers

C. Centromeres

D. Siser Chromatids


What is the first step in prokaryotic cell division?

A. A new cell membrane is created

B. A new cell wall is created

C. DNA is replicated

D. The cell membrane is pushed inward, causing the cytoplasm to divide.


What type of cell division do prokaryotic cells undergo?

A. Binary fission

B. Meiosis

C. Mitosis

D. None of these


Chromosomes line up at the cell’s equator during

A. Prophase

B. Metaphase

C. Anaphase

D. Telophase


The point at which two sister chromatids are attached.

A. Cell plate

B. Chromosomes

C. Centrioles

D. Centromeres


Which type of cell division do eukaryotic cells go through?

A. Binary fission

B. Stem therapy

C. Mitosis

D. Meiosis


What are some reasons why cells need to divide?

A. Growth

B. Replace

C. Repair

D. All of the above


The nuclear envelope begins to dissolve in

A. Metaphase

B. Prophase

C. Telophase

D. Anaphase


Two nuclei appear in

A. Metaphase

B. Prophase

C. Telophase

D. Anaphase


Sister chromatids are pulled to opposite poles of the cell during

A. Metaphase

B. Prophase

C. Telophase

D. Anaphase




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