1. Which of the following is not a form of asexual reproduction?
c.external fertilization
b.spore formation
d.binary fission
2. As a result of asexual reproduction, the daughter cells are
a.identical to each other and the mother cell.
b.different from the mother cell.
c.different from each other and the mother cell.
d.none of the above
3. DNA is to the cell as
a.an engine is to a car.
c.software is to a computer.
b.a filament is to a light bulb.
d.money is to a bank.
4. Variation refers to
a.an organism's ability to change its behaviour as the environment changes.
b.an environment's tendency to change with time.
c.the variety of combination of characteristics available in a population.
d.all of the above.
5. A cancer cell differs from a normal cell in that
a.cancer cells can take a specialized role in the body.
b.normal cells continue to divide while cancer cells cannot.
c.cancer cells take up space and energy but serve no purpose in the body.
d.normal cell division is uncontrollable.
6. Which of the following is not a form of asexual reproduction?
a. Planting seeds in the spring.
b. A stem cutting placed in moist soil.
c. A leaf cutting placed in a growing medium.
d. Root division of plants with fibrous roots.
7. Asexual reproduction of plants offers
a.rapid propagation.
b.variation in the new plants.
c.creation of multiple varieties from the same plant.
d.all of the above.
8. Which of the following is a cloning process not found in nature?
a.binary fission
d.reproduction from runners
9. Which of the following do not respond well to cloning techniques?