A cell with 24 chromosomes divides by the mitosis. How many chromosomes are present in each of the daughter nuclei?
Haploid refers to _______ chromosomes of each type.
The mechanism of cytokinesis (division of the cytoplasm) is different in plant and animal cells.
During which phase of the cell cycle are the chromosomes duplicated?
Meiosis results in the production of 4 haploid nuclei.
Sister chromatids are attached to each other at the_______.
Which "phase" is NOT a formal stage of mitosis?
During which phase does the nuclear envelope begin to reform?
Visible chromosomes are a feature of a ________nucleus.
When humans donate blood, the red blood cells of the donor are replaced by_________.
In terms of the cell cycle, neurons are generally "locked" in_________.
During mitosis, homologous chromosomes "pair."
The cell wall material in the vesicles of the cell plate was "packaged" in a _______.
Which organelle is responsible for "maternal" inheritance in humans?
The cell wall is an intracellular cellular structure.
Individual genes have a specific location on a specific chromosomes.
Bacteria divide by______.
Bacterial diseases are caused by______.
Most bacteria are heterotrophic saprobes.
Eukaryotic cells evolved from a prokaryotic ancestor.
Which disease ravaged the population of Europe in the 1400's?
At some point, viral cells divide.
Plant and bacterial cell walls are the same.
"Crossing Over" occurs during_______.
Human sperm cells carry______chromosome of each and every type.
Crossing over tends to______genetic diversity.
Oogenesis and spermatogenesis utilize______.
After meiosis, each gamete(sperm or egg) is_______.
The centromeres DO NOT divide in meiosis as the cell moves into:
Nile blue can be used to test for the presence of________.
Proteins are only found in animal tissue.
Ninhydrin can be used to test for the presence of______.
If an omnivorous dinosaur began eating more plant than animal tissue, the starch concentration of its stomach contents would_______.
All proteins are polymers of amino acids.
Which biochemical would you not expect to find in the stomach contents of a carnivore.
Apples have more protein than milk.
Qualitatively, the biochemical profiles of plants and animals are very different.
Which type of microscope can be used to observe very small subcellular structures?
Which type of microscopy uses chemical stains to add color and increase contrast?
Which type of microscope can be used to observe very small surface detail?
In general, light microscopes can magnify an object up to approximately______X.
In general, bacterial cells are smaller than the cells of eukaryotic plants and animals.
Onion, Phloem, Xylem, Bacterial
Which type of cell has a cell wall?
Which organelle is not found in a typical plant cell?
Prokaryotic cells possess a nucleus.
Which organelle does not have a double membrane?
A plasma membrane
All cells possess______.
Cytoplasm lacking membrane-bound organelles is a feature of_______cells.
Bacterial, plant, and animal cells all have a cell wall.
Which organelle functions in "packaging"?
Eukaryotic cells capable of photosynthesis would all possess at least one chloroplast.
Prokaryotes lack any membrane-bound organelles.
Which double membrane bound organelle is not the site of cellular respiration?
Chromatin is a feature of which organelle?
Eukaryotic chromosomes are found in the________.
The endoplasmic reticulum is surrounded by a________membrane.
All eukaryotic cells
An endoplasmic reticulum is a feature of__________.
Endoplasmic reticulum with ribosomes attached is referred to as ______endoplasmic reticulum.
Starch grains are the storage form of polysaccharide. Where would you expect to find them?
The Cell Theory states that all living things are composed of cells. This statement is_________.
The cell theory states that all cells come from pre-existing cells.
In which type of cell would you expect to find cytoplasmic DNA?
By definition, prokaryotes do not exhibit true multicellularity.