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The drug cytochalasin B blocks the function of actin. Which of the following aspects of the animal cell cycle would be most disrupted by this drug?
cleavage furrow formation and cytokinesis
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Which of the following features likely accounts for the difference between plant and animal cell cytokinesis?
Plant cell division must maintain the integrity of the cell wall
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9. A cell plate forms during which process? A) cytokinesis in an animal cell B) cytokinesis in a plant cell C) mitosis in an animal cell D) mitosis in a plant cell
D. Mitosis in a plant cell
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Beta-lactam antibiotics have an effect on which of the following types of cells? A. animal cells B. virus-infected cells C. bacterial cells D. fungal cells E. both animal and fungal cells
C. bacterial cells
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What happens after the egg is fertilized in animal cells?
undergoes many rapid divisions, then the cells migrate to a specific area where they begin to differentiate
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How is plant cell cytokinesis different from animal cell cytokinesis
Plant cells deposit vesicles containing cell-wall building blocks on the metaphase plate; animal cells form a cleavage furrow.
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Which animal cell organelle contains enzymes that transfer hydrogen from various substrates to oxygen?
Peroxisome
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You have the technology necessary to measure each of the following in a sample of animal cells: chlorophylls, organelle density, picograms of DNA, cell wall components, and enzymatic activity. Which would you expect to increase significantly from M to G1? A) organelle density and enzymatic activity B) cell wall components and DNA C) chlorophyll and cell walls D) organelle density and cell walls E) chlorophyll and DNA
A) organelle density and enzymatic activity
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including hormones, vaccines and serums, which are naturally produced in animal cells (including human), or are produced in microorganisms
What is found in plant cells, but not in animal cells?
Central vacuole.
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