NEET Biology Cell Division NCERT Clas 11 Objective Question online test

Cell Division Mock Test-1

NEET Biology Cell Division Mock Test-1

During this phase of cell cycle, cell is metabolically active without duplication of DNA

(A) M-phase
(B) S-phase
(C) G1 phase
(D) G2 phase

The amount of DNA per cell remains same during

(A) S, G2 and metaphase
(B) G1, G2, M phase
(C) Anaphase, Telophase, G2 phase
(D) (a) and (c)

The amount of DNA in a cell in G1, phase is

(A) Half that of S-phase
(B) Half that of G2 phase
(C) Half that of prophase
(D) All

In animal cell-cycle, centriole duplicates during

(A) G1 phase
(B) G2 phase
(C) S-phase
(D) M-phase

Proteins and RNA synthesis occurs during

(A) S phase and G1 phase
(B) G1 and G2 phase
(C) G1and M-phase
(D) S and G2 phase

Cells in this stage can enter into G0 stage

(A) S-phase
(B) G2 phase
(C) G1 phase
(D) M-phase

These cells of adult animals don’t divide

(A) Liver Cells
(B) Heart cells
(C) Nerve cells
(D) (b) and (c)

In animals, mitotic cell division is only seen in

(A) Haploid somatic cells
(B) Diploid somatic cells
(C) Diploid meiocytes
(D) (a) and (c)

Mitotic division is also called equational division because

(A) Chromosome number in daughter cells is same
(B) Chromosome number in daughter cells and parental cell is same
(C) Amount of DNA is same in both the daughter cells
(D) Amount of DNA is same in both daughter and parental cell

Two DNA molecules in a chromosome are observed but not distinct is these phases

(A) S and G2
(B) G2, prophase
(C) Metaphase and anaphase.
(D) G1 and G2 phases

Condensation of chromosomal material is initiated during

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

Prophase is chracterised by

(A) Condensation of chromosomal material
(B) Centrioles move towards opposite poles of the cell
(C) Initiation of assembly of mitoticspindle
(D) All

Spindle fibres are chemically

(A) Carbohydrates
(B) Proteins
(C) Proteins and carbohydrates
(D) Proteins and fats

The following disappear at the end of prophase

(A) Nucleolus
(B) Nuclear envelope
(C) Golgi and ER
(D) All

Chromosomes are scattered in the cytoplasm during

(A) Early metaphase
(B) Late metaphase
(C) Early anaphase
(D) Late anaphase

Condensation of chromosomes is completed and can be observed clearly under microscope during

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

Kinetochores are disc shaped structures associated with

(A) Telomeres
(B) Centromeres
(C) Chromomeres
(D) Secondary constriction

Spindle fibres are attached to kinetochores of chromosomes in

(A) Metaphase
(B) Anaphase
(C) Telophase
(D) (a) and (b)

Chromatids of each chromosome are separated during

(A) Anaphase
(B) Anaphase-I
(C) Anaphase-II
(D) (a) and (c)

Chromosomes with one chromatid move towards the poles of the spindle during

(A) Anaphase-I
(B) Anaphase
(C) Metaphase
(D) Metaphase-I