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Mee-osis My-osis Po-ta-toe Poh-ta-toe. VOCABULARY REVIEW. You better not miss any of these questions!. OK You can miss one!. Red Hair. Brown Hair. Blue Eyes. A. B. C. D. ONE. Which of the chromosomes below are homologous to chromosome ONE. A A and B B and C B C B and D.

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Mee osis my osis po ta toe poh ta toe

Mee-osis My-osisPo-ta-toe Poh-ta-toe


VOCABULARY REVIEW

You better not miss any of these questions!


OK

You can miss one!


Which of the chromosomes below are homologous to chromosome one

Red Hair

Brown Hair

Blue Eyes

A

B

C

D

ONE

Which of the chromosomes below are homologous to chromosome ONE

  • A

  • A and B

  • B and C

  • B

  • C

  • B and D


An organism has 5 pairs of homologous chromosomes in a somatic cell. (This is a total of ten chromosomes.)How many total chromosomes will be present in one of the gametes after meiosis?

  • 10

  • 20

  • 5

  • 5 pairs


The human haploid and diploid number respectively
The human haploid and diploid number respectively: somatic cell. (This is a total of ten chromosomes.)

  • 46 and 23

  • 23 and 46

  • 64 and 32

  • 24 and 48


Which of the following could be a gamete
Which of the following could be a gamete: somatic cell. (This is a total of ten chromosomes.)

  • n=3

  • 2n=3

  • n=12

  • 2n=12


Which of the following was produced as a result of meiosis
Which of the following was produced as a result of meiosis somatic cell. (This is a total of ten chromosomes.)

  • Skin cell

  • Gamete

  • Liver cell

  • Diploid cell

  • Haploid cell


Which of the numbers below best represents a chromatid

3 somatic cell. (This is a total of ten chromosomes.)

1

4

2

Which of the numbers below best represents a chromatid?

  • 1

  • 2

  • 3

  • 4

Cell A

Cell B


How can we best describe the diagram below
How can we best describe the diagram below? somatic cell. (This is a total of ten chromosomes.)

  • Two sister chromatids

  • Homologous chromosomes

  • One replicated chromosome

  • Haploid chromsomes


Based on the drawing meiosis i is called a reduction division because

Meiosis I somatic cell. (This is a total of ten chromosomes.)

(reduction

division)

Meiosis II

(equational

division)

Diploid

Haploid

Haploid

Based on the drawing, meiosis I is called a reduction division because:

  • The chromosome number is reduced by one half

  • The chromosome number is doubled

  • Haploid cells are formed from diploid cells

  • The chromosomes are divided at the centromere


Which cell best represents metaphase of meiosis i
Which cell best represents metaphase of meiosis I somatic cell. (This is a total of ten chromosomes.)

  • Cell A

  • Cell B

  • Both cells A and B

A

B


Which of the following leads to genetic variation during meiosis
Which of the following leads to genetic variation during meiosis?

  • All of the above (A, B, C, D)

  • A & B

  • A & D

  • A, B, & D

  • A & C

  • Crossing Over

  • DNA replication

  • Independent assortment

  • Tetrad formation


Based on the diagram below this cell is most likely in
Based on the diagram below, this cell is most likely in: meiosis?

  • Anaphase of mitosis

  • Anaphase I of meiosis

  • Anaphase II of meiosis

  • Metaphase


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