Cell cycle and mitosis

This lesson will take you through the structure of a simple eukaryotic cell and how one cell can divide into two identical daughter cells by mitosis.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.Which of the below is true for both active transport and diffusion?

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Q2.Which of the below is true for both osmosis and diffusion?

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Q3.Which of the following is an example of active transport?

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Q4.An animal cell burst in a solution. The animal cell is likely to be placed in a/an...

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Q5.A plant cell is plasmolysed in a solution. The plant is likely to be placed in a/an...

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Question 1

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Question 5

Q1.Which of the below is true for both active transport and diffusion?

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Q2.Which of the below is true for both osmosis and diffusion?

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Q3.Which of the following is an example of active transport?

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Q4.An animal cell burst in a solution. The animal cell is likely to be placed in a/an...

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Q5.A plant cell is plasmolysed in a solution. The plant is likely to be placed in a/an...

5/5

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Cell cycle and mitosis

This quiz will assess your understanding of the genetic material, cell cycle and mitosis.

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Q1.How many chromosomes are present in one human skin cell?

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Q2.Why is mitosis important? Tick two boxes.

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Q3.What is the difference between a gene and the DNA?

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Q4.In mitosis, how much DNA would the daughter cells contain?

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Q5.DNA of a prokaryotic cell is found in the.....

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Cell cycle and mitosis

This quiz will assess your understanding of the genetic material, cell cycle and mitosis.

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Q1.How many chromosomes are present in one human skin cell?

1/5

Q2.Why is mitosis important? Tick two boxes.

Select two (2) boxes

2/5

Q3.What is the difference between a gene and the DNA?

3/5

Q4.In mitosis, how much DNA would the daughter cells contain?

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Q5.DNA of a prokaryotic cell is found in the.....

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Lesson summary: Cell cycle and mitosis

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