Animals show mitosis in

1. Haploid somatic cells

2. Diploid somatic cells

3. All type of haploid cells

4. A and B are correct

Subtopic:  Cell Division: Mitosis (Karyokinesis) |
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The period in which the major reorganization of virtually all components of the cell occurs

1.      Prophase

2.      M phase

3.      S phase

4.     G1 phase

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Cell division

 

1.      Progressive process

 

2.       A very clear cut lines cannot be drawn between various phases

 

3.      Both 1 and2

 

4.     Clear cut demarcation between all phases

Subtopic:  Intro to Cell Cycle & Interphase |
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The initiation of condensation of chromosomal material marks the beginning of

1.      S phase

2.      Prophase

3.      G1

4.     G2

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Chromosomal material becomes ……… in the process of chromatin condensation.

 

1.      Untangled

 

2.      Tangled

 

3.      Interwined

 

4.     Hellicoid

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The duplication in S phase and has started moving towards opposite poles in Prophase, we are talking about which cell component ?

1. DNA

2. Microbodies

3. Centriole

4. Nuclear envelope

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Asters are not

1.      Microtubules

2.      Radiate out from centrosomes

3.      Present on both the poles

4.     Intermediate filament

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Mitotic Apparatus

 

1.      Two asters

 

2.      Spindle Fibres

 

3.      Centrosomes

 

4.     Both 1 and 2

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Which of the following cellular components can be seen at the end of Prophase?

1.      Golgi Bodies

2.      ER

3.      Nucleolus

4.     Compact mitotic chromosomes

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The complete disintegration of the nuclear envelope marks the

 

1.      Ending of the second phase(stage) of mitosis

 

2.      Start of the second phase(stage) of mitosis

 

3.      Metaphase

 

4.     Both B and C

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