5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- cell cycle
- somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT)
- guanine (G)
- bipolar spindle
- a The time a cell forms until it reproduces. In eukaryotes, it consists of interphase, mitosis, and cytoplasmic division.
- b A genetically identical copy of DNA, a cell, or an organism.
- c A nitrogen-containing base in nucleotides; also, base-pairs with cytosine in DNA and RNA.
- d reproductive cloning where genetic material is transferred from an adult cell into an unfertilized enucleated egg.
- e dynamically assembled array of microtubules that moves chromosomes during mitosis or meiosis.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- one allele is not fully dominant over another, the phenotype is somewhere in between
- first cell of a new individual, fertilized
- Mature male gamete.
- One of several processes by which enzymes repair broken or mismatched DNA strands
- products of two or more gene pairs that influence a single trait
5 True/False Questions
interphase → The stage between mitotic divisions when a cell grows in mass, doubles its cytoplasmic, and replicates its DNA.
gamete → Heritable unit of information in DNA
DNA replication → Process by which a cell duplicates its DNA before it divides.
linkage group → All genes tend to stay together during meiosis but may be separated by cross-overs.
homozygous recessive → a pair of recessive alleles at a locus on homologous chromosomes; e.g., aa.