Leaving Certificate Biology Cell Continuity 1 i Quiz

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Leaving Certificate Biology Cell Continuity 1 i. Quiz FIRST In Power. Point 2007 if you see a Security Warning click HERE on Options… and then click on Enable this content SECOND Press the F 5 Key to Begin, Then click on this Blue Box

How many chromosomes are normally present in a human cheek cell? 23 46 69

How many chromosomes are normally present in a human cheek cell? 23 46 69 92

Spindle threads are attached to the chromosomes at the … Mitochondria Centromeres Centrioles Metaphase

Spindle threads are attached to the chromosomes at the … Mitochondria Centromeres Centrioles Metaphase

The chromosome number of human gametes is … 46 48 12 23

The chromosome number of human gametes is … 46 48 12 23

Specialised sex cells are called … Gametes Spores Zygotes Endospores

Specialised sex cells are called … Gametes Spores Zygotes Endospores

A zygote is a diploid cell resulting from the union of … A gamete

A zygote is a diploid cell resulting from the union of … A gamete and zygospore A gamete and a spore Two spores Two gametes

The centromeres split and half of each chromosome pair moves from the equator to

The centromeres split and half of each chromosome pair moves from the equator to the poles of the cell. This describes which stage of cell division? Prophase Anaphase Metaphase Telophase

Any substance that will cause a normal cell to lose control over their rate

Any substance that will cause a normal cell to lose control over their rate of growth and cell division, is known as a … Carcinogen Carotenoid Callus Carnivore

What term is given to the fixed number of chromosomes found in somatic body

What term is given to the fixed number of chromosomes found in somatic body cells? Monoploid Diploid Polyploid Haploid

Any cell which must fuse with another cell in order to produce a new

Any cell which must fuse with another cell in order to produce a new individual is called a … Sperm Spore Gamete Egg

A cell that contains half the somatic number of chromosomes is said to be

A cell that contains half the somatic number of chromosomes is said to be … Polyploid Diploid Haploid Triploid

What is the term used to describe the preparatory stage before or a resting

What is the term used to describe the preparatory stage before or a resting stage after mitosis or meiosis? Telophase Interphase Anaphase Prophase

Stage of cell division: chromosomes become attached to the spindle fibres by their centromeres

Stage of cell division: chromosomes become attached to the spindle fibres by their centromeres and become aligned in an equatorial plane perpendicular to the spindle axis Anaphase Metaphase Telophase Prophase

What is the usual method of cell division by cells not involved in the

What is the usual method of cell division by cells not involved in the formation of gametes (somatic cells)? Binary fission Meiosis Mitosis Transverse division fission

Name the type of cell division that occurs in a gamete or spore producing

Name the type of cell division that occurs in a gamete or spore producing cell. Binary fission Transverse division fission Mitosis Meiosis

A swelling due to abnormal growth of cells is called a … Cancer Tumour

A swelling due to abnormal growth of cells is called a … Cancer Tumour Swelling Malignancy

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