What Is The Cellular Basis Of Cancer?

Trivia quiz about the cellular basis of cancer.

Robert Stone
Created by Robert Stone
On Feb 28, 2016
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When normal cells begin to replicate uncontrollably and cause a mass, tumor, or mole?

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How does a cancer cell metastasize?

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True or false: Genetic factors have more influence than environmental factors when it comes to developing cancer.

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The factor that can cause cancer that isn’t hereditary?

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What is the most commonly mutated gene in people who have cancer?

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True or False: The majority of DNA is directly responsible for coding proteins

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What is the product of transcription, DNA is copied?

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Which one of these are NOT DNA bases?

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The process of organized cell death?

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What is taken into consideration when looking for cancerous cells?

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What is stage 3 (G2) of the cell cycle?

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What regulates mitosis and meiosis?

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What encourages a cell to begin cell division?

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The following are ways to lower risks of cancer developing:

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How does UV light cause mutations?

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True or false: Cancer is single-factorial, meaning there is one specific cause for any one type of cancer.

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This turns a healthy cell into a cancerous cell

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These changes in your cells that result from permanent damage to DNA or errors in the replication process. They are the basis of all cancers and result from many different factors including genetics and the environment.

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How do mutations happen?

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