Practice Test: Name ______________________________ Chromosomes & Cell Cycle Date ______________ Pd: 1 2 3 4 5 6 Complete the diagram below to show the structures visible during each stage of mitosis. Draw in and/or label the structures listed below on the appropriate diagram. Be sure to label each diagram with the correct stage of mitosis. Interphase: Draw and label nuclear membrane, nucleolus, chromatin. Prophase: Label disappearing nuclear membrane, disappearing nucleolus, chromosomes. Add the homologue for each chromosome. Metaphase: Draw in the two chromosome pairs as they would appear during metaphase. Label chromosomes, spindle fibers, metaphase plate and asters. Anaphase: Draw in chromosomes as they separate in anaphase. Label the centromeres. Telophase: Label nuclear membrane, reforming nucleolus, cleavage furrow. Interphase: Draw in and label nucleus, nucleolus, nuclear membrane, and chromatin in each cell. d) _________________ c) _________________ e) _________________ b) _________________ a) _________________ f) _________________ Use the diagram below to answer questions 1-5. 1. Label the diagram below with the appropriate terms. Name this type of cell division. 2. What type of cell is illustrated in the diagram above? 3. What shape if the DNA? 4. How many steps does it take for this type of cell division to complete according to your notes. 5. What are the steps for this type of cell division? 6. Name three differences between this process and Mitosis. Use the diagram to the right to fill in the following labels: A. B. C. D.