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Course: _____________________ Wave: ____________ Date: __________________

Long Quiz in Cell Cycle, Cell Division and Meiosis

True or False: Write T if the statement is TRUE and F if the statement is FALSE. Write your answer on the
space provided before each number.

____ 1. There are several type of cell divisions, depending on what type of organism is
_ dividing.
____ 2. Through evolution in time, organism had developed more complex and different form
_ of cell division.
____ 3. Eukaryotic cell division have membrane bound organelles and DNA that exist on
_ chromosomes.
____ 4. Through cell division, it can produce progeny from some multicellular organism such
_ as those plants which can grow through cutting method.
____ 5. In unicellular organism such as the amoeba, during their cell division, it can reproduce
_ the entire organism.
____ 6. Cell division is important because it distributes the identical genetic material to the
_ daughter cell.
____ 7. Cell cycle is an ordered sequence of events involving the cell growth, cancer cell
_ metastasis and tumor growth.
____ 8. Cells on path to the cell division proceeds through a series of precisely timed and
_ carefully regulated stages of growth.
____ 9. DNA replication occurs in cell cycle
_
____ 10. In mammals, meiosis is the process by which the sperm is set out to the ret testis and
_ travels through the tube and out of the male body.
____ 11. In female mammals, meiosis begins during the fetal stage when a series of diploid
_ cells enters meiosis.
____ 12. In male mammals, meiosis takes place before the onset of puberty.
_
____ 13. The result of meiosis is a single egg cell per cycle.
_
____ 14. The diploid cells within the testes undergo meiosis to produce haploid of the sperm
_ within 23 chromosomes.
____ 15. It is in meiosis where the diploids produce haploids of the chromosome
_
____ 16. P53 is a gene regulator in cell cycle
_
____ 17. To accomplish the cell cycle, variety of chemical “signal cascades” where multiple
_ links in a chain create complex effect based on simple signals.
____ 18. In the regulatory cascade, a single protein may change the function of many other
_ proteins.
____ 19. Cyclins and cyclin – dependent – kinases act like a “stop – point” in the cell cycle
_ regulation.
____ 20. The G1 phase is incorporated with the prophase phase of the cell cycle. It is called the
_ first gap since there is almost no visible change occurring when viewed
microscopically.

Classification: Classify the following mitotic statement accordingly. Use Uppercase letters only, write
your answers on the space provided before each number.

Write - IN - if the statement is a description of events in Interphase


Write – P- if the statement is a description of events in prophase
Write – M – if the statement is a description of events in metaphase
Write - A – if the statement is a description of events in anaphase
Write – T – if the statement is a description of events in telophase

_____ 1. The cell undergoes normal growth process while preparing for the cell division.

_____ 2. This phase has three stages namely Gap phase 1 and 2 and the Synthesis phase.

_____ 3. A phase which is marked by the initiation of condensation of chromosomes material.

_____ 4. The chromosome materials are untangled during the process of chromatin
condensation.

_____ 5. Chromosomal material condenses to form compact mitotic chromosomes.

_____ 6. Initiation is the assembly of mitotic spindle, the microtubules the proteinaceous
components of the cell cytoplasm helps in the process.

_____ 7. It is a phase which starts in the complete disintegration of the nuclear membrane.

_____ 8. This stage condensed chromosome can be clearly seen in the microscope,

_____ 9. This phase is characterized by the chromosomal position.

_____ 10. This spindle fibers attaches to the kinetochores of the chromosomes.

_____ 11. The chromosomes are moved to the equator and get aligned along the metaphase
plate through the spindle fibers to both poles.

_____ 12. The chromosome in the metaphase plate are spit and the daughter chromatids are
formed.

_____ 13. Chromatids moves towards the opposite poles.

_____ 14. In this phase the chromosomes that have reached their respective poles de-condense
and loose their individual chromatin material.
_____ 15. The membranes assemble around the chromosome clusters