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Title:
Quiz 2
Started:
April 19, 2009 10:20 PM
Submitted:
April 19, 2009 10:25 PM
Time spent:
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Total score:
30/30 = 100% Total score adjusted by 0.0 Maximum possible score: 30 1.

 
What term describes a harmless noncancerous or precancerous tumor?

 
Student Response
Value
A.
malignant

B.
benign
100%
C.
metastatic

D.
lymphatic

E.
carcinogenic

Score:
1/1
 

2.

 
What is the name of the process by which cancer cells break off of tumors and spread to other parts of the body?

 
Student Response
Value
A.
carcinogenesis

B.
mutagenesis

C.
angiogenesis

D.
metastasis
100%
E.
mitosis

Score:
1/1
 

3.

 
Consider a strand of DNA with the sequence GAATTCGGCA. What is the sequence of the complementary strand?

 
Student Response
Value
A.
AGGCCTAATG

B.
TCCGGATTAC

C.
CTTAAGCCGT
100%
D.
ACGGCTTAAG

E.
GAATTCGGCA

Score:
1/1
 

4.

 
Which of the following is NOT a part of mitosis?

 
Student Response
Value
A.
metaphase

B.
anaphase

C.
prophase

D.
telophase

E.
S phase
100%

Score:
1/1
 

5.

 
Which of the following is the correct order of events in mitosis?

 
Student Response
Value
A.
telophase, anaphase, metaphase, prophase

B.
prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase
100%
C.
metaphase, prophase, telophase, anaphase

D.
anaphase, prophase, metaphase, telophase

E.
anaphase, metaphase, prophase, telophase

Score:
1/1
 

6.

 
Consider a cell that underwent mitosis but not cytokinesis. The result would be

 
Student Response
Value
A.
daughter cells that are unusually small.

B.
a cell with two nuclei.
100%
C.
a cell with one nucleus containing twice the normal number of chromosomes.

D.
daughter cells with too few chromosomes.

E.
daughter cells with no nucleus.

Score:
1/1
 

7.

 
Which of the following is the correct order of events in the cell cycle?

 
Student Response
Value
A.
S, G1, G2, cytokinesis, mitosis

B.
S, G1, G2, mitosis, cytokinesis

C.
G1, S, G2, mitosis, cytokinesis
100%
D.
G1, G2, S, mitosis, cytokinesis

E.
All of the above may be correct, depending on the cell type.

Score:
1/1
 

8.

 
Which of the following can happen during a cell cycle checkpoint?

 
Student Response
Value
A.
The cell checks whether it is big enough to divide.

B.
The cell checks whether its chromosomes are properly attached to microtubules.

C.
The cell checks whether its DNA has been properly replicated.

D.
All of the above.
100%
E.
None of the above.

Score:
1/1
 

9.

 
What is the name for the surgical removal of cells, tissue, or fluid that will be analyzed to determine whether they are cancerous?

 
Student Response
Value
A.
biopsy
100%
B.
remission

C.
chemotherapy

D.
karyotyping

E.
None of the above.

Score:
1/1
 

10.

 
Most forms of chemotherapy target which feature of cancer cells?

 
Student Response
Value
A.
metastasis

B.
anchorage independence

C.
invasiveness of surrounding tissues

D.
cell division
100%
E.
All of the above are targeted by most forms of chemotherapy.

Score:
1/1
 

11.

 
The members of a pair of chromosomes are called

 
Student Response
Value
A.
sister chromatids.

B.
diploids.

C.
alleles.

D.
homologous chromosomes.
100%
E.
gametes.

Score:
1/1
 

12.

 
Different versions of the same gene are called

 
Student Response
Value
A.
homologous chromosomes.

B.
alleles.
100%
C.
zygotes.

D.
sister chromatids.

E.
diploids

Score:
1/1
 

13.

 
Normal sperm or egg cells in a human

 
Student Response
Value
A.
have one copy of each chromosome.
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