How do cells divide and multiply?

How do cells divide and multiply

Mitosis is the primary process through which cells divide, leading to cell multiplication and growth in multicellular organisms.



1. During cell division, which structure is responsible for pulling apart replicated chromosomes?

A) Ribosomes
B) Mitochondria
C) Spindle fibers
D) Golgi apparatus

2. Which phase of mitosis involves the chromosomes lining up in the middle of the cell?

A) Prophase
B) Metaphase
C) Anaphase
D) Telophase

3. What is the result of mitosis?

A) Two genetically identical cells
B) Four genetically different cells
C) One single larger cell
D) The death of the original cell

4. Which of the following is NOT a stage of mitosis?

A) Interphase
B) Prophase
C) Anaphase
D) Telophase


5. In which stage of mitosis do the nuclear envelope and nucleolus disappear and chromosomes become visible?

A) Prophase
B) Metaphase
C) Anaphase
D) Telophase


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