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ILL MEDAL AND FAN! Carefully study the information below about the cell cycle of a particular multicellular eukaryotic organism. Given the data, how long is the cell cycle for these cells? -It takes 3 hours for the nucleus to divide and 1 hour for the cytoplasm to divide. -After 8 hours, the cell will start dividing again. -It takes 2 hours for the cell to copy its genetic material. A. 1 hour B. 4 hours C. 8 hours D. 12 hours
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annie12m
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Carefully study the information below about the cell cycle of a particular multicellular eukaryotic organism. Given the data, how long is the cell cycle for these cells? It takes 3 hours for the nucleus to divide and 1 hour for the cytoplasm to divide. After 8 hours, the cell will start dividing again. It takes 2 hours for the cell to copy its genetic material. A. 1 hour B. 4 hours C. 8 hours D. 12 hours
hakunamatata34
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it is 12 hours
safyousuff97
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d i think
annie12m
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ok thanks guys!
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we need to help no giving out answer's
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np :)
ShadowCain
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After 8 hours, the cell will start dividing again.
whpalmer4
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If the cell can start dividing again after some number of hours pass from the start of the cell cycle, that number is the length of the cell cycle. The other numbers given are a breakdown of parts of the cell cycle, it appears. All of the time segments listed added together produce a number that is not one of the answer choices, so the "after 8 hours" portion cannot be an additional phase.
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@Prettygirl_shynice Are you certain? We only just met a few minutes ago :-)
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annie12m
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guys i already got it, the correct answer was 12 hours so please dont reply anymore
Prettygirl_shynice
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ok
whpalmer4
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@annie12m while you may be the original poster, just because you are done with the question doesn't mean that all discussion must stop. The question is somewhat ambiguously worded, in my opinion (perhaps there's a diagram which we did not see). For 12 hours to be the correct answer, the problem's author must intend that we take the time listed for nucleus division as including the copying of genetic material, and that we not take the time listed for the cell to divide again as the total time, yet "After 8 hours, the cell will start dividing again." is a perfectly reasonable way to describe a repeating process such as the cell cycle, if you regard the start of division as the start of the cycle. And DNA duplication happens in interphase, not mitosis, so those two phases should not be lumped together!
annie12m
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oh well ok and nope i gave you guys al the info from the question
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and why is your response a different color than everyones elses? sorry im new here

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