The given diagram shows a stage during mitotic division in an animal cell
(i) Identify the stage. Give a reason to support your answer.
(ii) Draw a neat labelled diagram of the cell as it would appear in the next stage. Name the stage.
(iii) In what two ways is mitotic division in an animal cell different from the mitotic division in a plant cell?
(iv) Name the type of cell division that occurs during :
A. Growth of a shoot
B. Formation of pollen grains.
Given below is a diagram representing a stage during mitotic cell division. Study it carefully and answer the questions which follow :
(i) Is it a plant cell or an animal cell? Give a reason to support your answer.
(ii) Identify the stage shown.
(iii) Name the stage which follows the one shown here. How is that stage identified?
(iv) How will you differentiate between mitosis and meiosis on the basis of the chromosome number in the daughter cells?
(v) Draw a duplicated chromosome and label its parts.
Imagine one cell (A) has undergone one mitotic division and another cell (B) has completed
its meiotic division. How many cells would the two produce?
Choose the best option out of the four alternatives a, b, c and d
In which one of the following options the two stages of mitosis have been given in correct
(a) Prophase, anaphase
(b) Metaphase, telophase
(c) Anaphase, telophase
(d) Telophase, anaphase
Study the diagram given below which represents a stage during the mitotic cell division and answer the questions that follow
(i) Identify the stage giving suitable reasons.
(ii) Name the parts numbered 1 and 2.
(iii) What is the technical term for the division of nucleus?
(iv) Mention the stage that comes before the stage shown in the diagram. Draw a neat labelled diagram of the stage mentioned.
(v) Which is the cell division that results in half the number of chromosomes in daughter cells?