5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Metaphase II
- Crossing Over
- Mitosis vs Meiosis
- Metaphase I
- a The exchange of genetic material between homologous chromosomes during prophase I of meiosis.
- b Chromosomes line up at the equators.
- c Makes new cells that are used during growth, development, repair, and asexual reproduction vs makes cells that enable an organism to reproduce sexually and happens only in reproductive structures.
- d The male gamete.
- e Pairs of homologous chromosomes move to the cell's equator.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Centromeres divide, and chromatids move to opposite poles.
- Meiosis in a diploid zygote results in the formation of the first cell of a multicellular haploid individual.
- A new spindle forms around the chromosomes.
- Chromosomes with genes that determine the sex of an individual.
- Chromosomes gather at the poles. The cytoplasm divides.
5 True/False Questions
Anaphase I → Centromeres divide, and chromatids move to opposite poles.
Advantages of Sexual Reproduction → Allows organisms to produce many offspring in a short period of time and produces a genetically diverse population.
Meiosis I → The sister chromatids of each homologue are separated.
Diploid life cycle → Meiosis in a diploid zygote results in the formation of the first cell of a multicellular haploid individual.
Haploid → Describes a cell, nucleus, or organism that has only one set of unpaired chromosomes.