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Lecture Date: WED, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS (Male)

True / False:
The definition of MEIOSIS is:
The division of a Diploid or Haploid nucleus to produce 1 - 4 Haploid nuclei
Lecture Date: WED, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS (Male)

False-
The definition of MEIOSIS is:
The division of a Diploid nucleus to produce 1 - 4 Haploid nuclei
Lecture Date: WED, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS (Male)

True / False:
In MEIOSIS, the most common ("99.99%") result is:
( 1 ) Male haploid nucleus
( 4 ) Female haploid nuclei
Lecture Date: WED, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS (Male)

False-
In MEIOSIS, the most common ("99.99%") result is:
( 4 ) Male haploid nuclei
( 1 ) Female haploid nucleus
Lecture Date: WED, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS (Male)

True / False:
In MEIOSIS, cytokinesis usually does NOT occur
Lecture Date: WED, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS (Male)

False-
In MEIOSIS, cytokinesis usually DOES occur
Lecture Date: WED, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS (Male)

True / False:
MEIOSIS is also known as "Reduction Division"
Lecture Date: WED, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS (Male)

True-
MEIOSIS is also known as "Reduction Division"
Lecture Date: WED, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS (Male)

True / False:
In MEIOSIS, cell division occurs in two cycles
Lecture Date: WED, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS (Male)

True-
In MEIOSIS, cell division occurs in two cycles
Lecture Date: WED, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS (Male)

Multiple Choice:
In MEIOSIS, what are all the stages (in proper order) of cell division in the two cycles:
a) Prophase 1&2, Prometaphase 1&2, Anaphase 1&2, Telophase 1&2
b) Prophase 1&2, Metaphase 1&2, Anaphase 1&2, Telophase 1&2
c) Interphase 1&2, Metaphase 1&2, Anaphase 1&2, Telophase 1&2
d) Prophase 1, Metaphase 1, Anaphase 1, Telophase 1, Interkinesis, P 2, M 2, A 2, T 2
e) Interphase 1, Prophase 1, Metaphase 1, Anaphase 1, Interkinesis, P 2, M 2, A 2, Telophase
Lecture Date: WED, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS (Male)

In MEIOSIS, what are all the stages (in proper order) of cell division in the two cycles:
d) Prophase 1, Metaphase 1, Anaphase 1, Telophase 1, Interkinesis, P 2, M 2, A 2, T 2
Lecture Date: WED, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS (Male)

Multiple Choice:
In Prophase 1, the following processes occur:
a) All chromatid pairs become visible, all chromosomes duplicate perfectly and line-up on the equator in synaptic pairs
b) All chromatid pairs become visible, all chromosomes duplicate perfectly to form pairs of chromatids
c) All chromatid pairs become visible, all chromosomes separate to move toward opposite poles
Lecture Date: WED, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS (Male)

In Prophase 1, the following processes occur:
b) All chromatid pairs become visible, all chromosomes duplicate perfectly to form pairs of chromatids
Lecture Date: WED, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS (Male)

Multiple Choice:
In what stage do the centromeres divide:
a) Prophase 1
b) Prometaphase 1
c) Metaphase 1
d) Telophase 1
e) none of the above
Lecture Date: WED, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS (Male)

In what stage do the centromeres divide:
e) none of the above
centromeres do NOT divide at all in MEIOSIS, however they do in MITOSIS
Lecture Date: WED, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS (Male)

Multiple Choice:
In what stage to the chromatid pairs completely reach the poles to form new haploid nuclei
a) Anaphase 1
b) Telophase 1
c) Telophase 2
d) more than one above
e) none of the above
Lecture Date: WED, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS (Male)

In what stage to the chromatid pairs completely reach the poles to form new haploid nuclei
d) more than one above
( b-Telophase 1 and c-Telophase 2)
Lecture Date: WED, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS (Male)

Multiple Choice:
What stage contains "overloaded haploid nuclei":
a) Prophase 1
b) Prometaphase 1
c) Metaphase 1
d) Telophase 1
e) none of the above
Lecture Date: WED, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS (Male)

What stage contains "overloaded haploid nuclei":
d) Telophase 1
Lecture Date: WED, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS (Male)

Multiple Choice:
In what stage do the chromatid pairs separate and move toward opposite poles:
a) Prophase 1
b) Prometaphase 1
c) Metaphase 1
d) Telophase 1
e) none of the above
Lecture Date: WED, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS (Male)

In what stage do the chromatid pairs separate and move toward opposite poles:
e) none of the above
(Anaphase 1 and/or Anaphase 2)
Lecture Date: WED, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS (Male)

Multiple Choice:
In what stage does cytokinesis always occur:
a) Prophase 1
b) Prometaphase 1
c) Metaphase 1
d) Telophase 1
e) none of the above
Lecture Date: WED, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS (Male)

In what stage does cytokinesis always occur:
e) none of the above
(cytokinesis does NOT ALWAYS occur in Meiosis)
Lecture Date: WED, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS (Male)

Multiple Choice:
In what stage(s) will cytokinesis occur (if at all):
a) Telophase 1
b) Interkinesis
c) Telophase 2
d) more than one above
e) none of the above
Lecture Date: WED, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS (Male)

In what stage(s) will cytokinesis occur (if at all):
d) more than one above
(a-Telophase 1 and c-Telophase 2
Lecture Date: THU, 7.26.06
Subject: MEIOSIS

Greater than, Less than or Equal to:
a) # of Spindle Fibers for 6 pairs of chromatids in Mitosis Metaphase
b) # of Spindle Fibers for 6 pairs of chromatids in Meiosis Metaphase 1
c) equal
Lecture Date: THU, 7.27.06
Subject: CELLULAR RESPIRATION

Greater than, Less than or Equal to:
a) # of Spindle Fibers for 6 pairs of chromatids in Mitosis Metaphase
Qty: 6
b) Qty: 3
Lecture Date: THU, 7.27.06
Subject: CELLULAR RESPIRATION

Multiple Choice:
What is the resident molecule (inbound raw material) of the Krebs Cycle:
a) Ribulose diphosphate
b) Oxalo diphosphate
c) Oxaloacetic acid
d) Phosphoglyceric acid
e) none of the above
Lecture Date: THU, 7.27.06
Subject: CELLULAR RESPIRATION

What is the resident molecule (inbound raw material) of the Krebs Cycle:
c) Oxaloacetic acid
Lecture Date: THU, 7.27.06
Subject: CELLULAR RESPIRATION

Multiple Choice:
What is the resident molecule (inbound raw material) of the Calvin Cycle:
a) Ribulose biphosphate ("RuBP")
b) Oxalo diphosphate
c) Oxaloacetic acid
d) Phosphoglyceric acid
e) none of the above
Lecture Date: THU, 7.27.06
Subject: CELLULAR RESPIRATION

What is the resident molecule (inbound raw material) of the Calvin Cycle:
a) Ribulose biphosphate ("RuBP")
Lecture Date: THU, 7.27.06
Subject: CELLULAR RESPIRATION

Multiple Choice:
The four stages of Cellular Respiration (in order) are:
a) Glycolysis, Conversion of Pyruvic acid, Krebs Cycle, Electron Transport
b) Glycose pyrolysis, Conversion of Pyruvic acid, Krebs Cycle, Electron Transport
c) Glycolysis, Conversion of Acetic acid, Krebs Cycle, Electron Transport
d) Glycolysis, Conversion of Pyruvic acid, Calvin Cycle, Electron Transport
Lecture Date: THU, 7.27.06
Subject: CELLULAR RESPIRATION

The four stages of Cellular Respiration (in order) are:
a) Glycolysis, Conversion of Pyruvic acid, Krebs Cycle, Electron Transport
Lecture Date: THU, 7.27.06
Subject: CELLULAR RESPIRATION

Multiple Choice:
The raw materials of the Krebs Cycle are:
a) Acetyl Co-A, Oxalic acid, H20, ADP, enzymes
b) Acetyl Co-A, Oxalic acid, H20, ATP, enzymes
c) Acetyl Co-A, Oxaloacetic acid, H20, ADP, enzymes
d) Acetyl Co-A, Acetic acid, H20, ATP, enzymes
e) none of the above
Lecture Date: THU, 7.27.06
Subject: CELLULAR RESPIRATION

The raw materials of the Krebs Cycle are:
c) Acetyl Co-A, Oxaloacetic acid, H20, ADP, enzymes
Lecture Date: THU, 7.27.06
Subject: CELLULAR RESPIRATION

Multiple Choice:
During Glycolysis, what occurs during the conversion of Glucose to 2 Pyruvic acid molecules:
a) Release of 4 ATP's
b) Release of 2 ADP's
c) Consumption of 2 ATP's
d) Consumption of 2 ADP's
e) none of the above
Lecture Date: THU, 7.27.06
Subject: CELLULAR RESPIRATION

During Glycolysis, what occurs during the conversion of Glucose to 2 Pyruvic acid molecules:
e) none of the above
(The net release of 2 ATP's)
Lecture Date: THU, 7.27.06
Subject: CELLULAR RESPIRATION

Multiple Choice:
The products of the Krebs Cycle are:
a) ADP, H20, CO2, (5) H2 molecules
b) ATP, 5 H20, CO2, (1) H2 molecule
c) ATP, H20, CO2, (5) H2 molecules
d) ADP, 5 H20, CO2, (1) H2 molecule
e) none of the above
Lecture Date: THU, 7.27.06
Subject: CELLULAR RESPIRATION

The products of the Krebs Cycle are:
c) ATP, H20, CO2, (5) H2 molecules
Lecture Date: THU, 7.27.06
Subject: CELLULAR RESPIRATION

Multiple Choice:
The raw materials of the Electron Transport are:
a) ADP, H2O, Oxygen
b) ATP, H2O, Oxygen
c) ATP, H2, Oxygen
d) ADP, H2, Oxygen
e) none of the above
Lecture Date: THU, 7.27.06
Subject: CELLULAR RESPIRATION

The raw materials of the Electron Transport are:

d) ADP, H2, Oxygen
Lecture Date: THU, 7.27.06
Subject: CELLULAR RESPIRATION

Multiple Choice:
The products of the Electron Transport are:
a) H2O + 34 ADP's
b) H2O + 34 ATP's
c) H2, Oxygen + 34 ATP's
d) H2, Oxygen + 34 ADP's
e) none of the above
Lecture Date: THU, 7.27.06
Subject: CELLULAR RESPIRATION

The products of the Electron Transport are:
b) H2O + 34 ATP's