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									Mitosis and Cancer Review

Fill in the blank: (write the word) Some will be used more than once.

Interphase chromatid      spindle fiber prophase centromere    metaphase anaphase

telophase   cell plate   cytokinesis   mitosis


________________1. What phase are daughter cells in as a result of mitosis?

________________2. During what phase of mitosis do sister chromatids separate and the chromosomes
                    move toward their respective poles?

________________3. What is the phase where chromatin condenses to form chromosomes?

________________4. What is the name of the structure that connects the two chromatids?

________________5. In a chromosome pair connected by a centromere, what is each individual
                    chromosome called?

________________6. What are the two parts of cell division?

________________7. What structure forms in prophase along which the chromosomes move?

________________8. In which phase of mitosis do the chromatids line up in the centre of the cell?

________________9. Which phase of the cell cycle is characterized by a non-dividing cell?

________________10. What structure is produced when protein fibers radiate from centrioles?

________________11. What forms across the center of a cell near the end of telophase?

________________12. The period of cell growth and development between mitotic divisions?


Short Answer
Cancer

   1. Describe the four steps of tumour formation.




   2. How does a doctor diagnose cancer once he or she has located a tumour?




   3. What are some reasons why cancer might recur after it has been successfully removed from a person?
4. Explain the difference between a mutagen and a carcinogen.


5. List 4 known carcinogens.




6. Most chemotherapy drugs are chemicals that inhibit DNA replication. Explain how these drugs would
   stop cancer cells, using your knowledge of the disease and of cell division.




7. Explain the difference between a benign and a malignant tumour.




8. Why does the chance of developing cancer increase as a person gets older?

								
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