BiologyReview7

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2011-12-11 17:29:20
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Biology Review Seven Cell Cycle Reproduction
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A review over the cell cycle. You will be given an example of something that happens, and you will name the stage in which that takes place.
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  1. What stage of the cell cycle is this?
    Cytokinesis

  2. What stage of the cell cycle is this?
    Telophase

  3. What stage of the cell cycle is this?
    Metaphase

  4. What stage of the cell cycle is this?
    Prophase

  5. What stage of the cell cycle is this?
    Interphase

  6. What stage of the cell cycle is this?
    Anaphase
  7. Centrioles disappear
    Telophase
  8. Spindle fibers disappear
    Telophase
  9. Cell doubles in size
    G1- Interphase
  10. Enzymes and organelles are made
    Interphase
  11. Sister chromatids are pulled to opposite poles of the cell
    Anaphase
  12. Nuclear envelope disappears
    Prophase
  13. Two nuclear envelopes reappear
    Telophase
  14. Plasma membrane pinches inward
    Telophase
  15. Chromosomes line up at the equator
    Metaphase
  16. DNA coils to form chromosomes
    Prophase
  17. Centrioles appear
    Prophase
  18. Spindle fibers appear
    Prophase
  19. DNA is replicated
    S- Interphase
  20. Chromosomes begin to uncoil into chromatin
    Telophase
  21. Nucleolus disappears
    Prophase
  22. Nucleolus reappears
    Telophase
  23. Cytoplasm and organelles are equally divided
    Cytokinesis
  24. Give the stages of the cell cycle.
    • Interphase (G1,S,G2)
    • Mitosis (Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, and Telophase)
    • Cytokinesis
  25. Somatic Cells (define)
    • Cells that aren't gametes
    • Contain 46 chromosomes (23 from each parent)
  26. Gamete Cells (define)
    • Sperm and Egg
    • Contain 23 chromosomes (only from 1 parent)
  27. Haploid (define)
    • Refers to the number of 23 chromosomes.
    • All gametes are haploid.
    • Represented by "n."
  28. Diploid
    • Refers to the number of 46 chromosomes.
    • All somatic cells are diploid.
    • Represented by "2n."

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