Meiosis Worksheet 1. Put the following images in order by typing in the letters of each phase on the line underneath each image. Letters and phases follow below the pictures. 1. B ( Metaphase I) 2. C (Anaphase I) 3. F (Telophase I) 4. G (Prophase I) 1. H ( Interkinesis) 2. D (Metaphase II) 3. A (Anaphase II) 4. E ( Meiocytes) 2. Interphase must occur once before meiosis can happen. (Same thing for mitosis). What would happen if interphase didn’t occur first?
If interphase didn't occur before meiosis/mitosis, the cells would not have replicated genetic material to use and the chromosomes would not duplicate. In interphase, DNA is copied and so are the chromosomes. All the previous’ cells genetic information must be fully replicated. In a germ cell, there must be two copies of each chromosome, a maternal copy and a paternal copy. 3. Meiosis does PMAT twice ! Each phase has a part I and a part II. If the picture (right) has chromosomes in the middle of the cell, how do you know whether it was in metaphase I or metaphase II?
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