1) In an organism with 52 chromosomes, how many bivalents would be expected to form during meiosis?

A) 52
B) 26
C) 13
D) 104
E) 208
B) 26
2) In a healthy male, how many sperm cells would be expected to be formed from a) 400 primary spermatocytes, b) 400
secondary spermatocytes?
A) a-800, b-800
B) a-1600, b-1600
C) a-1600, b-800
D) a-400, b-400
E) a-100, b-800
C) a-1600, b-800
3) In a healthy female, how many secondary oocytes and first polar bodies would be expected to form from 100 primary
oocytes?
A) 200,50
B) 100,50
C) 200,300
D) 100,100
E) 50,50
D) 100,100
4) If the G1 somatic cell nucleus in a female insect contains 2 picograms of DNA, how much DNA would be expected in
the metaphase I cycle of the same cell?
A) 16 picograms
B) 32 picograms
C) 8 picograms
D) 4 picograms
E) None of the above
D) 4 picogram
5) What is the outcome of synapsis?
A) side-by-side alignment of nonhomologous chromosomes
B) dyad formation
C) monad movement to opposite poles
D) side-by-side alignment of homologous chromosomes
E) chiasma segregation
D) side-by-side alignment of homologous chromosomes
6) Which of the following occur in meiosis but NOT in mitosis?
I. Separation of sister chromatids on microtubules
II. Pairing of homologous chromosomes
III. Recombination between sister chromatids
A) I only
B) II only
C) I and II
D) II and III
B) II only
7) If cells are blocked in meiotic metaphase II and prevented from moving on in meiosis, which one of the following will
be prevented?
A) Crossing over
B) Separation of homologous chromosomes
C) Separation of sister chromatids
D) Breakdown of the nuclear envelop

5 D. A human cell ordinarily will have 23 pairs of chromosomes.all are expected to have straight hair C. ? meiosis II D. :-) 23 pairs of chromosomes. What is the last phase of mitosis? A.interphase C. If the parent cell starts out with 24 Chromosome and undergoes mitosis. then how many will the daughter cells have? A. the new cells will have A.prophase D. ? mitosis B.prophase .cytokinesis B.all alleles are recessive C.alleles are niether dominant nor recessive 4.about half are expected to have curly hair D.telephase B. ? fertilization 1. The principle of dominance states that: A. including mitosis. ? only the 23 paternal chromosomes B.48 B. ? 92 chromosomes.S phase 2.about half are expected to have straight hair B.24 3. ? only the 23 maternal chromosomes D. curly hair (C) is dominant over straight hair (c)? Which of the following is true about the offspring resulting from the cross? A.all alleles are dominant B. In the punnet square shown. "Crossing over" between maternal and paternal chromosomes takes place during A. Which of the following is a phase of mitosis? A.interphase C. for a total of 46 chromosomes. all are expected to have curly hair 5.12 C. At the end of a cell cycle.C) Separation of sister chromatids 8) During interphase of the cell cycle A) DNA recombines B) Sister chromatids move to opposite poles C) The nuclear membrane disappears D) RNA replicates E) DNA content essentially doubles E) DNA content essentially doubles 1. 46 total C. :-) meiosis I C.metaphase D.some alleles are dominant and others recessive D. as a result of doubling during the S-phase of the cell cycle 2.

Organisms that have 2 identical alleles for a trait are called what? A. c.5.animal cells C.sex cells D.skin cells b. embryo d. zygote b.NONE OF THE ABOVE 10.2.20 D.40 B.hybird B.5 C. body cells and sex cells of eukaryotes only sex cells of eukaryotes body cells and sex cells of prokaryotes only sex cells of prokaryotes Grade 10 :: Cell Structure and Function by bradleyh2 E.homozygous C. d.1. In Meiosis if the parent cells has 40 chromosomes. then how many will the daughter cells have? A.3 D.3.2.5.3.4.heterozygous D.dominant 7. Meiosis occurs in the formation of a. gamete .tt C.5.4.2.4 B.10 C.TT D. d. Put the following stages in the cell cycle in order.plant cells B. Meiosis produces which of the following? A.3. c. b.1.18 38. Which is an example of an heterozygous allele? A. 4 comments 9. organ c.4 8.2.6. a reduction of chromosomes occurs in each the products of each are the same in number the products of each are the same in size the occur in the same body organ Another name for a sex cell is a(n) a. A.1.Tt B.1. Spermatogenesis and oogenesis are the same in that a.