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Q. Explain the difference between chromatin, chromatid and chromosome.

Solved • Aug 6, 2018

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Q. What is the purpose of the cell cycle? What makes it go and what makes it stop?

Solved • Aug 1, 2018

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Q. What is a G0 Phase? What is the biological significance of GO phase?

Solved • Jul 22, 2018

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Q. What is meant by the term Cell cycle?

Solved • Jul 20, 2018

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Q. How might the cell cycle be regulated?

Solved • Jun 19, 2018

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Q. List, compare and contrast the features and characteristics of apoptosis to those of necrosis. How does necroptosis differ from apoptosis? Compare ...

Solved • Jun 12, 2018

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Q. Describe the general role of cyclins and cyclin-dependent kinases (Cdk) in regulation of cell division.

Solved • May 28, 2018

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Q. Define chromosome number, diploid number, and haploid number. How do they relate to the reproductive functions? Compare germ cells and body cells.

Solved • May 22, 2018

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Q. Explain Cytokinesis. Differentiate between Chromosomes and Chromatin. Explain the significance of the telomeres.

Solved • May 21, 2018

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Q. Describe briefly what a chromatin is, what a chromosome is, and what a chromatid is.

Solved • May 15, 2018

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Q. Describe the structure and explain the function of the spindle fibres. What is the significance of cytokinesis? Speculate what would happen if cyto...

Solved • May 3, 2018

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Q. What are two non-chromosomal factors that can regulate cell division, differentiation, and morphogenesis?

Solved • Apr 20, 2018

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Q. In the figure below, mitosis is represented by which numbered part(s) of the cycle?A) IB) IIC) IIID) IVE) V 

Solved • Nov 15, 2017

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Q. When cells of a multi-cellular organism exit either semi-permanently or permanently from the cell cycle and develop a differentiated (specific) fun...

Solved • Aug 4, 2017

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Q. The correct sequence for the phases of the cell cycle is:  a. Interphase - prophase - prometaphase - metaphase - anaphase - telophase b. Prophase...

Solved • Jul 31, 2017

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Q. "Sister chromatids" are: a. Genetically identical and attached to each other at centromereb. Genetically different and attached to each other at ce...

Solved • Jul 31, 2017

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Q. A discrete continuous molecule of DNA wrapped around protein defines the term: a. Nucleosomeb. Chromosomec. Centromered. Histonee. Genome 

Solved • Jul 31, 2017

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Q. DNA and associated proteins in the nucleus defines the term: a. Centromereb. Nucleosomec. Histoned. Chromatine. Chromosome

Solved • Jul 31, 2017

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Q. A part of a chromosome that attaches sister chromatids to each other defines the term: a. Chromatinb. Nucleosomec. Centromered. Histonee. None of t...

Solved • Jul 31, 2017

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Q. One of two identical attached copies of a replicated chromosome defines the term:  a. Centromere b. Chromatin c. Chromosome d. Nucleosome e. C...

Solved • Jul 31, 2017

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Q. Eukaryotic chromosomes become microscopically visible before cell division because:  a. They become less tightly wound b. They become more tightl...

Solved • Jul 31, 2017

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Q. The genome of an organism is all of its: a. Proteinsb. RNAc. Characteristicsd. Genetic materiale. All are correct

Solved • Jul 31, 2017