Acell has damaged dna, which checkpoint is responsible for checking this?

Acell has damaged dna, which checkpoint is responsible for checking this? a: m checkpoint b: g2 checkpoint c: g1 checkpoint

Answers

The answer is B: G2 checkpoint.

Cell cycle checkpoints are control mechanisms necessary for proper cell division. In the cell cycle, there are two checkpoints: the G1 checkpoint and the G2 checkpoint. The G1 checkpoint is right before the S phase, and G2 checkpoint is right before the M phase.
The G2 checkpoint is a DNA damage checkpoint and if DNA is damaged, entering the cell cycle is delayed before mitosis (M phase).

A is the right answer

A. M checkpoint

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B) The cell can enter the G0 (resting stage) until conditions can improve.

Explanation:

B) The cell can enter the G0 (resting stage) until conditions can improve.

Explanation:

The problem needs to be fixed before we can continue to other phases which is why the cell has check points.

B

Explanation:

it will go into G0 until conditions improve. If they dont it will go through apoptosis

The answer is B: G2 checkpoint.

Step-by-step explanation:

Cell cycle checkpoints are control mechanisms necessary for proper cell division

The answer is B: G2 checkpoint.

Step-by-step explanation:

The correct answer is option A. "M checkpoint".

Explanation:

The M checkpoint is one of the controls of the cell cycle, and the one that determines if cell division has occurred properly. During the M checkpoint the cell checks if the sister chromatids are properly attached to the spindle microtubes at the centromere. This characteristic is an indicative that cell division took place without any major errors and that the cell cycle can continue.

B. The DNA synthesis checkpoint

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