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Question 1
• The spindle fiber is
made of proteins.
What elements are
present in proteins?
C, H, O, N, S
Question 2
• What happens to the
nuclear envelope
during this phase?
Breaks down
Question 3
• The genetic material
at the tip of the
pointer is called
what?
Chromosomes or Chromatids
Question 4
• What is the name of
the structure at the tip
of the pointer?
Nucleus
Question 5
• What phase of the
cell cycle is in the
field of view?
Telophase/Cytokinesis
Question 6
• What phase of
meiosis is in the field
of view?
Anaphase 1
Question 7
• Which stage of
meiosis is occurring?
Telophase 2
Question 8
• What stage of protein
synthesis occurs at
the tip of the pointer?
Translation
Question 9
• In what phase of
mitosis is the cell at
the tip of the pointer?
Metaphase
Question 10
• What type of cell is in
this slide (animal,
plant or prokaryote)?
Plant
Question 11
• In what phase of
mitosis is the cell at
the tip of the pointer?
Anaphase
Question 12
• What is the name of
the structure at the tip
of the pointer?
Chloroplast
Question 13
• Which of the four types
of macromolecules is
the structure at the tip
of the pointer made of?
Lipids
Question 14
• What stage of meiosis
is occuring?
Metaphase 2
Question 15
• In what phase of
mitosis is the cell at
the tip of the pointer?
Prophase
Question 16
• What elements make
up the structure at the
tip of the pointer?
C, H, O, N, P
Question 17
• What is separating
during this phase of
meiosis?
Homologous chromosomes
Question 18
• The inside of the cells
shown contains 90%
water, while the
outside of the cells
contains 80% water.
The process shown
does not require
energy and is called
Passive
______
transport.
Question 19
• What is happening
during this phase of
meiosis that does
NOT happen during
this phase of mitosis?
Crossing over
Question 20
• Which stage of
meiosis is occurring?
Anaphase 2
Question 21
• When did the DNA in
the image replicate?
S phase of interphase
Question 22
• The somatic cell in
the field of view is
diploid or haploid?
Diploid
Question 23
• On what cell structure
is the pointer placed?
Cytoplasm
Question 24
• The inside of the cells
shown contains 90%
water, while the
outside of the cells
contains 80% water.
Which way will water
naturally move?
Out of the cell
Question 25
• What stage of protein
synthesis occurs in
the structure at the tip
of the pointer?
Transcription
Question 26
• The process shown in
the image is
responsible for create
what types of cells?
Gametes
Question 27
• What is the name of
the structure at the tip
of the pointer?
(Hint: It is very faint.)
Spindle fibers
Question 28
• During this stage of
the cell cycle, the
genetic material is
referred to as what?
Chromatin
Question 29
• In this phase of the cell
cycle, the DNA has the
ability to condense or
de-condense so that
gene expression can be
controlled. What
structure is responsible
for this ability?
Histones
Question 30
• Most cells in this
tissue are undergoing
which phase of the
cell cycle?
Interphase
Question 31
• What metabolic
process occurs within
the organelle at the
tip of the pointer?
Photosynthesis
Question 32
• When molecules are
pumped against its
gradient into the cell
through the cell
membrane, a
concentration gradient
forms and energy is
stored. What type of
energy is this?
Potential energy
Question 33
• What is the name of
the structure at the tip
of the pointer, and
what is its function?
(2 pts)
Stomata
Gas exchange
Question 34
• What stage of
meiosis is this cell
undergoing?
Metaphase 1
Question 35
• What type of cell is in
the field of view?
Eukaryotic animal cell
Question 36
• The cellular process
shown requires work.
What molecule must
be present for the cell
to undergo this
process?
ATP
• What process is
responsible for making
this molecule?
Cellular respiration
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