Cloning and Genetics

Freya Bolton
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International Baccalaureate Biology (Cloning) Quiz on Cloning and Genetics, created by Freya Bolton on 14/04/2013.

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Question 1

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What is a clone?
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  • A genetically identical organism
  • An organism from starwars
  • A particular Orc from the Lord of the Rings
  • Plants are clones

Question 2

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What is embryo cloning?
Answer
  • Removing the nucleus from an embryo cells
  • Fertilising an egg
  • Something you can only do with humans
  • Splitting cells apart from a developed embryo

Question 3

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What is adult cell cloning?
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  • Taking the nucleus from an egg cell and putting it into an empty adult cell
  • Taking the nucleus from an adult cell and putting it into an empty egg cell
  • Taking the nucleus from a sperm cell and putting it into an empty egg cell
  • Taking the nucleus from an egg cell and putting it into an empty sperm cell

Question 4

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What are the differences between adult cell cloning and embryo cell cloning?
Answer
  • There is no difference
  • Fertilisation takes place in embryo cell cloning where as adult cell cloning doesn't
  • You use a mild electric shock in adult cell cloning. In embryo cell cloning you don't
  • Only in embryo cell cloning you use a surrogate mother

Question 5

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Does embryo cloning use mitosis or meiosis?
Answer
  • Meiosis
  • Mitosis
  • Both

Question 6

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When each chromosome replicates into two during splitting of cells, what is this called?
Answer
  • Meiosis
  • Mitsubishi
  • Meiofauna
  • Mitosis

Question 7

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What are human male gametes called?
Answer
  • Spermaceti
  • Spermaphytes
  • Sperm
  • Spermathecae

Question 8

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Where are the human female gametes formed?
Answer
  • Up your nose
  • The ovaries
  • The testes
  • The Uterus

Question 9

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Cells that divide by mitosis contain the ___________ genetic information
Answer
  • Funny
  • Sexual
  • Same
  • Hobbit's

Question 10

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Where are the chromosomes found in the cell?
Answer
  • The nucleus
  • The vacuole
  • The mitochondria
  • The cell membrane

Question 11

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What do chromosomes in body cells come in?
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  • Pairs
  • Triplets
  • On their own
  • As pies (pie flavour)

Question 12

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Where do the egg and sperm join in fertilisation?
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  • The uterus
  • The oviduct
  • The bronza
  • The ovary

Question 13

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What does DNA stand for?
Answer
  • Die Now Ant
  • DeoxyriboNucleic Acid
  • Double Nincompoops Anus
  • Daedalus Never Argued

Question 14

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What do we call the shape of DNA?
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  • Nincompoops bum
  • Double Helix Ladder
  • Treble Hexing Lady
  • Double Felix Ladder

Question 15

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What do ribosomes do?
Answer
  • Release fats
  • Release carboydrates
  • Release the hounds
  • Release protein