Welcome to your CIE AS The mitotic cell cycle Stem cells that can produce any type of cell are described as: Pluripotent Totipotent Multipotent UnipotentThe stage of mitosis where chromatids move to opposite poles. Interphase Metaphase Telophase AnaphaseSelect the incorrect statement regarding cancers. Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer among women. Cancers are a result of uncontrolled mitosis. Lung cancer is the most common form of cancer among men. Cancerous cells divide repeatedly and form a tumour.Cytokinesis is the: none of the above division of cytoplasm division of chromosomes division of nucleusThe formation of the cleavage furrow signals the onset of ________. Telophase Cytokinesis Anaphase ProphaseAt which stage in mitosis does chromosome dupication occur? Metaphase Prophase Interphase AnaphaseThe G-1, S and G-2 phases of the cell cycle are known collectively as _________. Anaphase Prophase Metaphase InterphaseMitosis takes place during the ____ phase of the cell cycle. G-2 M S G-1The stage of mitosis where chromosomes line up across the equator of the spindle. Anaphase Metaphase Prophase InterphaseThe two strands that make up a chromosome are the: Spindle fibers Centrioles Centromeres ChromatidsSelect the incorrect statement from the following. Many cancer treatments are directed at controlling the rate of cell division. Mitosis is a controlled process. Uncontrolled cell division can lead to the formation of tumours and of cancers. Reproduction in prokaryotic cells happen through meiosis or mitosis.Time is Up!