Cellular Reproduction and Chromosomes. Chapter Five: Cellular Reproduction and Chromosomes 5.1 and 5.2 (5.3 after the last slide). 1. What is the continuous sequence of growth and division known as?. The Cell Cycle. 2. True or False? The growth stage is known as Mitosis.
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Chapter Five: Cellular Reproduction and Chromosomes
5.1 and 5.2 (5.3 after the last slide)
2. True or False? The growth stage is known as Mitosis.
4. What is each chromosome made up of?
5. Gametes, either egg or sperm, are ___ which means they contain only one copy of each type of chromosome that the diploid parent cell contains.
8. What does the centromere do?
10. How many chromosomes do all human somatic (body) cells have?
12. What happens before mitosis begins?
14. During which phase of mitosis do the spindle fibres attach to the centromere of the replicated chromosomes?
16. During which phase of mitosis are the chromatids pulled to opposite poles of the cell?
19. What are genes called that can be activated by a mutation?
21. True or False? The first part of meiosis that reduces the chromosome number from diploid to haploid is known as crossing over.
26. What type of chromatids do not belong to the same chromosome and undergo crossing over?
30. The re-assortment of chromosomes and genes carried through crossing over is known as _______?
33. What is it called when all the cells that develop from the zygote have an extra chromosome?
34. True or false?A zygote containing three sets of chromosomes is called polyploid, and an organism having more than two sets of chromosomes are called triploid.
36. The combined research of Mendel, Sutton, and Boveri formed the basis of what?
38. What are Punnett squares used for?
40. What is a range of variation in a trait called?
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