5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Permanent cell-cycle arrest
- The epidermis of the skin
- a What are cancer cells that have broken from the original mass to form secondary tumors at other sites?
- b Shortening of telemeres ends with each cell division ultimately leads to what?
- c What is the process of forming new blood vessels?
- d The epithelium covering the cervix is similar in its organization to what?
- e What is a cell that grows and divides out of control; a tumor?
5 Multiple choice questions
- What is formed by a cell mass that was able to escape its original location and enter the blood or lymphatic vessels to form secondary tumors?
- What two cancers have been linked to increased tobacco use?
- For continued cell proliferation, a tumor must also receive what?
- P450 mediated aflatoxin modification generates a compound that binds what? Generating what?
- Defects in numerous pathways can lead to cancer including proteins involved in what?
5 True/False questions
1) Cells that reproduce in defiance of normal restraints
2) Cells that invade areas normally reserved for other cells → What are two heritable properties of cancer?
Harmless and easily secreted compounds → What can identify uterine cancer at early steps in its development?
Inviability → Cytochrome P450 converts toxins into harmless and easily secreted compounds. However, modification by P450 may generate a product that is extremely what?
Metastasis → Not all agents that cause cancer are what?
A single abnormal cell from a specific tissue → Most cancers can be traced back to what?