Cell Cycle and Its Phases Mcqs With Answers

Cell Cycle and Its Phases Mcqs With Answers

This post is about the Cell Cycle and Its Phases Mcqs With Answers. There are some questions related to the cell cycle. what is the definition of the cell cycle? Describe G1, G2, S, and G0 Phases in the cell cycle, Quiz Cell Cycle, C value, and cell division will also be discussed later at this site www. biomcq.com. This assignment is uploaded by a BS Student…

Cell Cycle and Its Phases Mcqs With Answers


Name    Muqaddas Kanwal

Department    BS Botany

 Roll no    Bot – 24

Assignment  Botany C

TOPIC:  Cell Cycle And Its Phases Mcqs with Answers in Detail

1. Cell cycle comprises how many phases

  1. One
  2. Two
  3. Three
  4. Four

Answer.b.two

2. length of the phases of total cell cycle

  1.  80-85%
  2. 90-95%
  3. 90-100%
  4. 75-80%

 Answer.b.90-95%

3. In interphase the synthesis……………… occurs

  1. nucleus
  2. nucleolus
  3. nuclear membrane
  4. nuclear histone

         Answer .d.nuclearhiston

Ribosomal protein accumulated …………. In ………… which greatly increase in size

  1. nucleus
  2. nuclear  membrane
  3. nucleolus
  4. none of these

        Answer. c. nucleolus

Interphase is subdivided into ……………. phases

  1. 4
  2. 5
  3. 2
  4. 3

 Answer. d. 3

G1 phase occurs at…………….stage of mitotic division

  1. middle
  2. end
  3. start
  4. none

         Answer. B. end

The initiation of DNA replication is………….. function

  1. major
  2. primary
  3. secondary
  4. none of these

Answer. a. major

I interphase is the phase of …………….division

  1. apparent
  2. non.apparent
  3. non. resting
  4. none of these

        Answer. b. non. apparent

The cell undergoes a sequence of changes involved a phase of growth, replication of DNA and cell division this completion of sequences of change

  1. cell
  2. cellulose
  3. cell cycle
  4. protoplast

 Answer. b. cell cycle

DNA base units are accumulated for the ……….. synthesis

  1. mRNA
  2. RNA
  3. DNA
  4. protein

        Answer. c. DNA

a post-mitotic cells can exit the cell cycle during G1 entering a phase called

  1. G1
  2. G2
  3. G3
  4. G0

Answer. d. G0

The amount of DNA in a cell

  1. double
  2. single
  3. triple
  4. same

 Answer. d. same

Chromosome No in the S- Shape remain

  1. double
  2. triple
  3. same
  4. none of these

 Answer. c. same

……………. Protein is synthesized in S-shaped

  1. histone
  2. molecular
  3. none of these
  4. histidine

             Answer. a.histone

In the G2 phase cells get prepared ………….. next stage

  1. multiplying
  2. adding
  3. division
  4. none of these

Answer. c. division

The cytoplasmic organelles……………. Like mitochondria

  1. division
  2. multiplying
  3. adding
  4. none of these

         Answer. b. multiplying

17. Spindle…………… synthesis and aster

  1. fibres
  2. protein
  3. enzymes
  4. tubulin

         Answer. d. tubulin

The average duration of the cell cycle is

  1. 12
  2. 24
  3. 16
  4. 38

Answer. b. 24

The division of cytoplasm is called

  1. karyokinesis
  2. cyclostome
  3. cell cycle
  4. cytokinesis

Answer. d. cytokinesis

The division of the nucleus is called

  1. cytokinesis
  2. karyotype
  3. karyokinesis
  4. cell cycle

 Answer. c. karyokinesis

Hereditary material is equally distributed in

  1. all cell
  2. two cell
  3. daughter cell
  4. none

Answer. c. daughter cell

Continuity of similar information is ensured from

  1. parent to daughter cell
  2. from one cell to cell
  3. both cell
  4. none of these

          Answer. a  parent to daughter cells

Regeneration, healing of wounds and replacement of older cell is due to

  1. cell
  2. cell protoplast
  3. cell wall
  4. cell cycle

Answer. d.cell cycle

The cell exit the cell cycle at

  1. respiration point
  2. restriction point
  3. oxidation point
  4. none of these

 

G1 phase is a…………….. period in the control of cell cycle and cell division

  1. key
  2. normal
  3. tough
  4. d .none

    Answer. a. key

The non-dividing state is called

  1. G1 phase
  2. G2phase
  3. G3 phase
  4. G0 phase

           Answer. d. G0 Phase

The signal in mature promoting factors are in the form of complex

  1. carbohydrates
  2. proteins
  3. lipids
  4. none of these

              Answer. b. proteins

MPF stimulates into the cell to enter into mitosis from

  1. S-phase
  2. G1phase
  3. G2phase
  4. G0 phase

                 Answer. c. G0phase

MPF appear in interphase

  1. early
  2. middle
  3. late
  4. none

             Answer. c. late

MPF disappear at ……………. Of mitosis

  1. end
  2. start
  3. middle
  4. none

                Answer. a. end

A high concentration of MPF during mitosis is required for …………. Of mitosis

  1. stoping
  2. slowing
  3. starting
  4. d none

                 Answer. c. starting

MPF belonging to a family of enzymes called

  1. protein kinase
  2. histone protein
  3. molecular protein
  4. none

Answer. a. protein kinase

How many parts of MFP

  1. 5
  2. 3
  3. 2
  4. 4

                  Answer. c. 2

Cdc2 is responsible for the transition from interphase to ………….

  1. meiosis
  2. mitosis
  3. cytokinesis
  4. karyokinesis

Answer. b. mitosis

Cdc2 remain inactive until attached……………….

  1. protein
  2. cyclin
  3. enzyme
  4. none

                   Answer. b. cyclin

The concentration of ………….. remains constant throughout the cell cycle

  1. cdc2
  2. cyclin
  3. MPF
  4. cell cycle

                    Answer. a. cdc2           

Cyclin attaches with cdc2 and………….. it

  1. destroyed
  2. maximum
  3. slow
  4. activates

                    Answer. d. activates

Cyclin is continuously produced during……………….

  1. S phase
  2. G1 phase
  3. interphase
  4. G0phase

                    Answer. c. interphase

The concentration of cyclin includes at……

  1. G1phase
  2. G2phase
  3. G3phase
  4. G0phase

                     Answer. b. G2phase

If cyclin is not present then the cell cycle enters into

  1. G0phase
  2. G2phase
  3. G3phase
  4. S phase

Answer. a. G0phase

Cyclin is destroyed at ……………of division phase

  1. start
  2. middle
  3. end
  4. after cell m phase

                          Answer. c. end

 Hardy –WeinbergTheorem

42. In ………… English mathematician Godfrey  H.Hardy and German Physician Weinberg independently derived a model

  1. 1905
  2. 1907
  3. 1906
  4. 1908

                    Answer. d.  1908

42. Mutation must not occur if the mutational ………………must exist

  1. constant
  2. equilibrium
  3. changes
  4. none of these

                   Answer. b. equilibrium

The mutation alone does not change all……………… much

  1. amount
  2. quantity
  3. changes
  4. d .frequency

       Answer. d. frequency

Individuals with certain ……………….sometime mate with one another more commonly than would be expected on a random basis

  1. phenotype
  2. allele
  3. genotype
  4. none of these

                    Answer. c. genotype

…………… is mating among related individual

  1. interbreeding
  2. breeding
  3. sexual activity
  4. none of these

Answer. a .interbreeding

The parental plants were regarded as elementary species

  1. o.gigas
  2. o. larakiana
  3. o. nanella
  4. o. larakiana

                       Answer. b. o. larakiana

………………..produces only pistillate flowers

  1. o. lata
  2. o. albidh
  3. o. nanella
  4. o. larakiana

                             Answer. a. o.lata

Devries cultivated three different plants in the garden concluded …………. Plants

  1. 53,343
  2. 52,343
  3. 54,343
  4. 56,323

                                        Answer.c.54,343

The mutation is subjected to

  1. natural selection
  2. artificial selection
  3. selection
  4. none

Answer. a.natural selection

Genetic variation is important in …………….

  1. inheritance
  2. population
  3. history
  4. evolution

Answer  d. evolution

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