When does cell division occur?
Immediately before mitosis
Immediately after mitosis
Why does cytokinesis occur?
To ensure another round of cell division occurs
To ensure the chromosome number is restored in the daughter cell
To ensure the chromosome number remains the same from the parent and daughter cell
In what phase does the cytoplasm splits in two and a cleavage point appears in the cell?
Cytokinesis occurs differently in plant and animal cells.
What is the term that describes cytokinesis in animal cells?
What is the shallow groove called that appears in the cell along the equator ?
What factors initiate cytokinesis ?
What process occurs in the cell causing the cleavage furrow to ingress?
Phosphorylation of Myosin
What restricts the cleavage furrow from forming in plant cells?
The rigid cell wall
The plant cell membrane
The plant cell nucleus
What cellular organelles line up in the equator of the plant cell and initiate cytokinesis?
Actin and Myosin
What is contained within the vesicles to aid the formation of the daughter plant cells?
What is the name of the structure the vesicles form in cytokinesis in plant cells?
What is the region between the two adjacent plant cell walls called in plant cell cytokinesis?