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Cell Cycle Final Review Game

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Overview of Cell Division. Including Interphase, Mitosis, Cytokinesis and Meiosis.

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Created Date 05.05.16
Last Updated 05.05.16
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Topics of this game:
  • Interphase consists of three phases. Which phase of interphase is responsible for doubling DNA of the cell?
  • Crossing over is important because
  • The final result of mitosis is...
  • Meiosis ends up with...
  • Most of a cell's life is spent in what phase?
  • Cytokinesis is the process by which
  • What is the third phase of mitosis?
  • What is the equator of the cell?
  • Somatic cells in a human contain this number of chromosomes.
  • Telophase in a plant would contain...
  • The middle phase of interphase is when...
  • When cytokinesis occurs at the end of mitosis, the result is...
  • The point of meiosis is to create cells that are...
  • An egg produced by a mature woman has how many chromosomes?
  • Checkpoints that happen during the cell cycle are important because.
  • Cancer can happen in cells when a mutation occurs. Which of the following would explain a circumstance that might lead to cancer?
  • A karyotype is useful for genetic counselors and students alike. What does a karyotype show?
  • If a karyotype shows two x chromosomes, this individual is most likely...
  • Crossing over occurs during what phase?
  • The structure that is responsible for holding chromatids together is called.
  • The letter G in the first and third phases of interphase refers to...
  • The biggest difference between Meiosis I and Meiosis II is that...
  • A cell that is displaying a cleavage furrow may be in which of the following phases?
  • The process by which male sex cells are created is called...
  • Which cell would be haploid?
  • A polar body is a result of...
  • A cell that did not experience crossing over during Prophase I of meiosis would...
  • A chromosome is made up of...
  • An example of a cell that undergoes mitosis would be...
  • The cell organelle that is responsible for pulling apart chromatids during anaphase is...
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Asked by iostrovsky on 8/25/2016 4:23:42 PM Votes 0.00 Thumps Up Thumps Down

if no crossing over occurred in prophase 1 the result will not be 4 identical cells because the independent assortment will still occur in metaphase 1, so why does this game says that 4 identical cells will be formed if no crossing over happened

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