← Bio Unit 5 Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Prophase I
- Benign tumor
- a An abnormal mass of cells that remains at its original site in the body.
- b Chromosomes condense and become visible as individual strands.
- c Cancers that originate in tissues that support the body, like the bones or muscles.
- d Cancers of blood forming tissues, like bone marrow.
- e Pairs of homologous form tetrads, allowing crossing over to happen.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- In the life cycle of an organism that reproduces sexually, a cell containing a single set of chromosomes.
- Tiny fibers that are seen in cell division, they pull the sister chromatids apart in anaphase.
- In an organism that reproduces sexually, a cell containing two homologous sets of chromosomes, one set is inherited from each parent.
- The process in reproduction and growth by which a cell divides to form daughter cells.
- Normal growth.
5 True/False Questions
Sex chromosome → A single DNA molecule wound upon proteins called histones.
Karyotype → A sex cell; a haploid egg or sperm.
Centromere → Chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell.
Homologous chromosomes → A single DNA molecule wound upon proteins called histones.
Metaphase II → The second phase of meiosis II. Metaphase II is identical to mitotic metaphase, except that the number of chromosomes was reduced by half during meiosis I.