Cells

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Cells

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Question 1

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What's PMAT?
Answer
  • Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase
  • Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphas, Telephase
  • Prohase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telephase

Question 2

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What is the interphase?
Answer
  • It's when 2 cells divide.
  • When the cells are not dividing.
  • When the chromosomes separate.

Question 3

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What other way can interphase be called?
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  • Iterekinesis
  • Interkinesis
  • Iterkinesis
  • Interkinesiss

Question 4

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What happens on the prophase?
Answer
  • The DNA condenses into chromatin that then condenses into chromosomes, then the nucleus becomes transparent.
  • The chromosomes condense into cromatin that then divide into DNA that make the cell membrane.
  • Chromosomes aline in the middle of the cell and prepare to separate.

Question 5

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What happens on the Metaphase?
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  • The nucleus separates from the cell.
  • All chromosomes aline in a straight line.
  • All chromosomes separate from the nucleus.

Question 6

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What happens on the Anaphase?
Answer
  • The sister chromosomes separate into different sides of the nucleus.
  • The sister chromatids separate into different sides of the nucleus.
  • The sister chromatins separate into different siides of the nucleus.

Question 7

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What happens on the telophase?
Answer
  • The cell divides into 2 twin cells.
  • The cell divides into 2 different cells.
  • The cell divides into 2 twin chromosomes.

Question 8

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How many chromosomes are there on a body cell?
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  • 36
  • 23
  • 46
  • 78
  • 43

Question 9

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How many chromosomes are there on a sex cell?
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  • 36
  • 23
  • 46
  • 78
  • 43

Question 10

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Why are there only 23 chromosomes on a sex cell?
Answer
  • Because the egg cell and the sperm cell have both 23 and when they combine is 46.
  • Because the egg cell and the sperm cell both have 46 and when thy combine one is cancelled so it stays like 46.
  • Because the sperm cell doesn't have chromosomes and the egg cell does.
  • Because the egg cell doesn't have chromosomes and the sperm cell does.
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