Human Genetics Mitosis and Meiosis

Human Genetics Mitosis and Meiosis - Term Definition...

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Term: Prophase Definition: Phase starting with 46 chromosomes and 92 chromatids in which the centrosomes separate and send out microtubles, the nuclear envelope breaks down, and the chromosomes condense Term: Metaphase Definition: Phase when microtubles bind the chromosomes into a line Term: Anaphase Definition: Phase in which the two chromatids separate and are pulled twoard opposite spindle poles Term: Telophase Definition: Phase ending with 46 chromosomes and 46 chromatids in which the cell begins to divide into two cells and enw nuclear membranes form
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Term: Meiotic Prophase I Definition: Phase starting with 46 chromosomes and 92 chromatids in which replicated chromosomes pair with their homologs, which are attached by segments of chromatid that cross over from one chromosome to the other Term: Meiotic Metaphase I
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