Skills Assessment Meiosis 2019SP
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by Kathy Egbert
| 20 Questions
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Last Name, First Name
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Class Period
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#1 In what phase of the cell cycle are chromosomes duplicated?

A G1
B S
C G2
D I
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This picture demonstrates what a chromosome would look like after it was duplicated.
True
False
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#3. What are these duplicated chromosomes called?

A sister chromatids
B sister chromosomes
C heterozygous chromosomes
D
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Does the picture demonstrate metaphase in mitosis?
True
False
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Does the picture above demonstrate Telophase in Mitosis?
True
False
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#4. What is the name of the structure that holds the original and duplicated chromosomes together?

A telomere
B centromere
C chromatid
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#7. How many cells result from one mitosis division?

A 1
B 2
C 3
D 4
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#8 Are the cells from mitosis identical or different?
A identical
B different
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Does the picture above demonstrate Metaphase I in Meiosis I?
True
False
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Does the picture above demonstrate crossing over between homologous pairs of chromosomes?
True
False
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Does the picture above demonstrate Telophase I in Meiosis I?
True
False
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#11 How many cells are there at the end of meiosis I.
A 1
B 2
C 3
D 4
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#12. Are the cells at the end of meiosis I haploid or diploid?
A haploid
B diploid
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Does the picture above demonstrate Metaphse II in Meiosis II?
True
False
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Does the picture above demonstrate Telophse II in Meiosis II?
True
False
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#15. How many cells do you have at the end of meiosis II?
A 1
B 2
C 3
D 4
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#16. Are the cells at the end of meiosis II haploid or diploid?
A haploid
B diploid
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#17. Are the cells at the end of meiosis II identical or different?
A identical
B different
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