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VIDULA Grade: 12
        
If an interphase cell is treated with cyanide (a metabolic poison), the cell does not divide by mitosis.?
If an interphase cell is treated with cyanide (a metabolic poison), the cell does not divide by 
mitosis. However, if cyanide is added right after mitosis has started, the same cell completes 
mitosis. Which of the following explains this observation? 
A. Metabolic activity ceases during mitosis 
B. Cell division does not require metabolic activity 
C. Energy required for mitosis is produced and stored in the cell during interphase 
D. Mitotic cells make factors that make them resistant to cyanide
2 years ago

Answers : (1)

sushant
31 Points
										
Option d
2 years ago
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