Mitosis and Meiosis Review Quiz

1. During which of the following stages of the cell cycle are MPF levels increasing?
Choice 1 G0
Choice 2 G1
Choice 3 S
Choice 4 G2
Choice 4 M
2. During mitosis, homologues at metaphase align along side of one another.
True
False
3. During meiosis, homologues at metaphase I, align across from one another.
True
False
4. During spermatogenesis, which of the following cell types divide by the process of meiosis?
Choice 1 Type A Spermatogonia
Choice 2 Type B Spermatogonia
Choice 3 Primary Spermatocyte
Choice 4 Secondary Spermatocyte
Choice 4 Round Spermatid
5. During oogenesis, which of the following cell types divide by the process of mitosis?
Choice 1 Oogonia
Choice 2 Primary Oocyte
Choice 3 Secondary Oocyte
Choice 4 Ootid
6. Aneupoloidy causes Klienfelter's, Turner's and Down's Syndromes all result from anueploidy in the sperm or oocyte.
True
False
7. Which of the following trigger a cell to exit M phase?
Choice 1 Increasing MPF.
Choice 2 Decreasing MPF.
Choice 3 A spike in MPF.
Choice 4 Has nothing to do with MPF.
8. A chiasma is where a cross over occurs and happens only during mieosis.
True
False
9. Homologous chromosomes are chromosomes that have the same kind of genes in the same order with one of the homologues derived from the father and the other from the mother.
True
False
10. After a chromosome has replicated in S phase, there are two chromatids.
True
False
11. Aneuploidy occurs during mitosis.
True
False
12. Anueploidy is present when there is N-1 or N+1 chromosomal content (non-disjunction) in a sperm or oocyte.
True
False
13. A teenage boy goes to the doctor for a physical and is observed to have small testis and external genitalia. The doctor suspects he may have Kleinfelter’s syndrome in which the individual would be XXY but the other chromosomes would be present at the normal complement. This is an example of

Choice 1 Euploidy
Choice 2 Failure of polar body extrusion
Choice 3 Non-disjunction
Choice 4 polyspermy