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Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Question 1 for $100 What is cytokinesis? 50:50 A. Division of the Cytoplasm B. Division of the Nucleus C. Occurs during Interphase D. Occurs only in Meiosis II Question 2 for $200 Sexual reproduction occurs only in _____? 50:50 A. Animal Cells

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Who Wants To Be

A Millionaire?

question 1 for 100
Question 1 for $100

What is cytokinesis?

50:50

A. Division of the Cytoplasm

B. Division of the Nucleus

C. Occurs during Interphase

D. Occurs only in Meiosis II

question 2 for 200
Question 2 for $200

Sexual reproduction occurs only in _____?

50:50

A. Animal Cells

B. Prokaryotic cells

C. Sperm cells

D. Eukaryotic cells

question 3 for 300
Question 3 for $300

How many chromosome pairs are in a human diploid cell?

50:50

A. 40

B. 23

C. 20

D. 46

question 4 for 500
Question 4 for $500

What is an allele?

50:50

A. Gene for a trait

B. Gamete

C. Basic unit of heredity

D. Condensed DNA

question 5 for 1 000
Question 5 for $1,000

What happens during sexual reproduction?

50:50

A. Two diploid body cells combine to become a haploid cell.

B. Two haploid gametes combine to become a diploid cell

C. Two haploid cells combine to become a diploid cell.

D. Two diploid gametes combine to become a haploid cell.

question 6 for 2 000
Question 6 for $2,000

What are the final products of meiosis?

50:50

A. Four haploid cells

B. Two diploid cells

C. Four diploid cells

D. Two haploid cells

question 7 for 4 000
Question 7 for $4,000

Which of the following is the correct order for the stages in Meiosis II?

50:50

A. telophase II prophase II, anaphase II, metaphase II

B. prophase II, telophase II, metaphase II, anaphase II

C. prophase II, metaphase II, anaphase II, telophase II

D. anaphase II, telophase II, prophase II, metaphase II

question 8 for 8 000
Question 8 for $8,000

How do mitosis and meiosis differ?

50:50

A. DNA is not copied before the second division of meiosis

B. Cells produced by meiosis are diploid; those from mitosis are haploid

C. Fewer cells are produced during meiosis.

D. Only cells produced during meiosis have the same genotype as the parent cells

question 9 for 16 000
Question 9 for $16,000

_________________ most closely resembles events of mitosis except that the cells are ___________.

50:50

A. Interphase, diploid

B. Meiosis II, haploid

C. Meiosis II, diploid

D. Interphase, haploid

question 10 for 32 000
Question 10 for $32,000

One of the earliest events that distinguishes meiosis occurs in prophase I and involves:

50:50

A. Condensation of chromosomes

B. Movement of chromosomes toward the metaphase plate

C. Loss of nuclear membrane

D. Pairing of homologous chromosomes

question 11 for 64 000
Question 11 for $64,000

The stage of meiosis where cells become haploid?

50:50

A. Anaphase II

B. Prophase I

C. Anaphase I

D. Prophase II

question 12 for 125 000
Question 12 for $125,000

The process of meiosis produces four cells with nonidentical chromosomes. This diversification occurs during:

50:50

A. Prophase II

B. Telephase I

C. Prophase I

D. Metaphase II

question 13 for 250 000
Question 13 for $250,000

Who is the scientist that conducted genetics experiments with peas?

50:50

A. Einstein

B. Mendel

C. Darwin

D. Newton

question 14 for 500 000
Question 14 for $500,000

During meiosis II,

50:50

A. Homologous pairs align randomly in the center of the cell

B. Sister chromatids separate from one another

C. Crossing over occurs between homologous chromosomes

D. All of the Above

question 15 for 1 million
Question 15 for $1 Million

What is the old name for meiosis?

50:50

A. Reduction and Division

B. Reproduction and Division

C. Meiosis I and II

D. Replicate and Divide

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