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15 MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions) in Quiz Format on “Cell Division | Cell cycle“. Quiz No. 2

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Cell Division | Cell cycle: Quiz - 2

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Question 1
Given below is a schematic break-up of the phases/stages of cell cycle Which one of the following is the correct indication of the stage/phase in the cell cycle?
A
A-Cytokinesis
B
B-Metaphase
C
C-Karyokinesis
D
D-Synthetic phase
Question 2
DNA replication takes place during
A
S - phase
B
G2 - phase
C
G1 - phase
D
Prophase
Question 3
During meiosis I, the number of chromosomes is
A
Halved
B
Tripled
C
Doubled
D
Quadrupled
Question 4
During mitosis ER and nucleolus begin to disappear at
A
Early prophase
B
Late prophase
C
Early metaphase
D
Late metaphase
Question 5
Crossing over occurs in
A
Pachytene
B
Zygotene
C
Leptotene
D
Diplotene
Question 6
During which stage the chromosomes first become visible.
A
Anaphase
B
Metaphase
C
Prophase
D
Telophase
Question 7
Exchange of paternal and maternal chromosome material during cell division is
A
Crossing over
B
Bivalent formation
C
Dyad formation
D
Synapsis
Question 8
Haploid complement of chromosome of an organism is
A
Genome
B
Phenotype
C
Genotype
D
Genetic system
Question 9
During gamete formation, the enzyme recombinase participates during
A
Prophase-I
B
Prophase-II
C
Metaphase-I
D
Anaphase-II
Question 10
In Human secondary spermatocyte how many chromosomes are present?
A
45
B
23
C
30
D
15
Question 11
Lampbrush chromosomes are observed in
A
Mitotic prophase
B
Mitotic metaphase
C
Meiotic metaphase
D
Meiotic prophase
Question 12
In humans, at the end of the first meiotic division, the male germ cells differentiate into the:
A
Spermatogonia
B
Primary spermatocytes
C
Secondary spermatocytes
D
Spermatids
Question 13
In mitosis, nuclear envelope and nucleolus disappear during
A
Metaphase
B
Interphase
C
Prophase
D
Telophase
Question 14
Meiosis is best seen in
A
Gamete
B
Pollen grain
C
Microsporangium
D
Anther wall
Question 15
Meiosis occurs for the human female in ______.
A
Pancreas
B
Liver
C
Ovary
D
Kidney
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19 thoughts on “Cell Division | Cell cycle: MCQs Quiz – 2

    • himanshu pathak

      chromosomes start appearing right from the condenstion process of the prophase …
      but it becomes distinct at metaphase with sister chromatids …so ans of 6th is prophase

    • om babar

      no they start condensing at prophase and are visible but they complete their condensation in metaphase, thus we consider initiation

  • sajid hussain

    its very easy way to achieve the good result

  • Saurabh raj

    This is a nice objective question for preparing aiims and aipmt

  • azam ansari

    i like this araaangment of question nd thanks

  • varad

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  • shivani

    the answer of 4th question should be the 2nd option ie ER and nucleolus disappear at late prophase.

    • Administrator

      Thanks, your remarks have been incorporated.
      Early Prophase – chromosomes condense, nuclear envelope disperses
      Late Prophase – nucleoli disappear and the mitotic spindle apparatus assembles

  • NILADRI HAZRA

    Q.11. CORRECT ANSWER: MEIOTIC PROPHASE NOT MITOTIC PROPHASE

    • Administrator

      Sincere Thanks Niladri !
      Lampbrush chromosomes are active in the “Diplotene Germinal Vesicle” during first meiotic prophase.