10 mitosis - Beginning of Anaphase 1 Centromere divides 2...

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ANAT14 – FIRST LAB PRACTICUM EXAM STUDY GUIDE – MITOSIS Beginning of Prophase 1. Chromatids are formed. 2. Two Chromatids linked at centromeres. 3. Centrioles has not migrated to the pole of the cell. 4. Nucleolus and nuclear envelope still visible. Metaphase 1. Chromosomes align in the center of the cell 2. Centrioles are located at the pole of the cell. 3. Spindle fibers connect centrioles and centromere Telophase: 1. Nucleoli and nuclear envelopes started to form 2. Chromosomes begin to unravel 3. cythoplasm continue to divide to form two cells.
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Unformatted text preview: Beginning of Anaphase 1. Centromere divides. 2. Chromatids separated to form two identical chromosome 3. Chromosomes, assisted by spindle fibers, move toward the centrioles at each end of the cell. End of Anaphase 1. Chromosomes, assisted by spindle fibers, move toward the centrioles at each end of the cell 2. each set of chromosomes has reached an opposite pole of the cell 3. cytoplasm begins to divide ANAT14 – FIRST LAB PRACTICUM EXAM STUDY GUIDE – MITOSIS...
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This note was uploaded on 08/23/2008 for the course ANAT 14 taught by Professor Malachowski during the Spring '08 term at City College of San Francisco.

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