Mitosis Quiz Review Friday, February 13th
The first and longest phase of the cell cycle
This spot that holds the 2 chromatid copies together is called a ______________________ centromere The first and longest phase of the cell cycle Interphase
Type of cell division in eukaryotic cells that results in 2 identical daughter cells.
mitosis List the phases of the cell cycle starting with Interphase: Interphase, Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase, and Cytokinesis
Phase of mitosis that follows anaphase
telophase The first phase of Mitosis Prophase
This cell is in __________________
This network of fibers that attach and pull the chromosomes apart is called: ______________ Spindle fiber This cell is in __________________ prophase
G1, S, and G2 make up this phase of the cell cycle. interphase
Sister chromatids are held together by this structure ______________ Centromere
The place in the cell membrane of an animal cell that pinches in during cytokinesis is called a __________________ cleavage furrow Plant cells can’t pinch to divide, instead they form a _______________ to divide. cell plate
This phase of the cell cycle is ______________
anaphase Part of interphase in which the cell grows to mature size and carries out its job. G1
Phase of mitosis that follows prophase metaphase
Phase of the cell cycle that follows S G2
Phase of the cell cycle cell’s spend
This phase of the cell cycle is ________________ metaphase Phase of the cell cycle cell’s spend most of their time in (phase in interphase) G1 of interphase
DNA that is all spread out in an interphase nucleus is called ________________
chromatin Phase of mitosis in which the nuclear membrane and nucleolus disappear and the DNA scrunches into chromosomes. prophase
In this part of interphase cells make the molecules and organelles needed for cell division
Two identical chromosomes that make up a duplicated chromosome ______________ Sister chromatids
These structures at the poles which attach to the spindle fibers and pull the chromosomes.
centrioles What phase is the cell in? metaphase
The picture below is showing:
When chromatin scrunches together it is called a _________________ chromosome The picture below is showing: Sister chromatids
Phase of mitosis that follows metaphase
anaphase Phase of the cell cycle that follows G1 S
This cell is in ___________ anaphase
Phase of cell division in which the nuclear membrane returns and chromosomes spread out into chromatin. telophase
This cell is in __________ telophase
The cell above is a _________ cell. animal plant Plant You can see the cell plate forming in center instead of a cleavage furrow.
The very first dividing phase in Mitosis: _______________
Phase of mitosis in which chromatids separate and move to opposite ends of the cell. anaphase The very first dividing phase in Mitosis: _______________ prophase
This is called a ______________ Cleavage furrow
This cell is _____________ cell. an animal a plant an animal Plants don’t have cleavage furrows.
Phase of mitosis where the cytoplasm splits into two:
Cytokinesis Name the phases of Mitosis in order: Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase
Identify the following phases:
1 2 3 4 5
Identify the following:
2 1 3
Identify the following:
1 4 3 2 6 5
Identify the following:
A. Chromosome B. Chromatid C. Centromere D. Chromatin
Identify the following: Practice these hand signals for the quiz!!!
1 2 3 4
Prophase (P) Metaphase (M) Anaphase (A)
Telophase (T) Interphase (I) INTERPHASE ________________ DNA is all spread out as chromatin and nuclear membrane is visible ________________ DNA scrunches up and chromosomes are first visible ________________ Made up of G1, S, G2 ________________ Chromosomes line up in middle of cell PROPHASE INTERPHASE METAPHASE
_______________ DNA is copied and cell prepares to divide
Prophase (P) Metaphase (M) Anaphase (A) Telophase (T) Interphase (I) _______________ DNA is copied and cell prepares to divide _______________ Chromatid arms separate and move to opposite ends of the cell _______________ Chromosomes unwind into chromatin & nucleus returns _______________ Nuclear membrane & nucleolus disappear INTERPHASE ANAPHASE TELOPHASE PROPHASE
_________________ Two nuclei are visible
Prophase (P) Metaphase (M) Anaphase (A) Telophase (T) Interphase (I) TELOPHASE _________________ Two nuclei are visible __________________ First dividing phase ___________________ Centrosomes containing centrioles & spindle fibers appear next to nucleus __________________Cytoplasm is split between two cells _______________ Spindle fibers and centrioles disappear PROPHASE PROPHASE CYTOKINESIS TELOPHASE
M S G1 G2 Mitosis (M) Cytokinesis (C) G1
_______ Cell is reading the DNA code and “doing its job” _______ Cell makes a copy of its DNA _______ Division of chromosomes happens S M
G2 M S G1 G2 Mitosis (M) Cytokinesis (C) C
_______ Division of cytoplasm happens _______ Cell makes the molecules and organelles needed for cell division _______ Made up of telophase, anaphase, prophase, and metaphase G2 M
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