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Name: Caroline NicholsonCourse section number: 01GUnit 7: Meiosis Pipe Cleaner ActivityFinal Report: Please extract the final report and save it as Lastname_Unit7labs.docx. Submit the final reportto the course Assignment Box. Remember to type your name and your course section numberin the header of the documentThe required photographs need to include a handwritten note on paper that contains your name, the course (BIOL 1011K) and your section number.Please insert the photos in the photo holders under each question. Make sure they are sized properly and all the necessary components can be seen clearly by the instructor for grading).1.Attach photos of your completed ‘Mitosis Pipe Cleaner Images and Descriptions’ pages(please submit them in order). Make sure each photo has handwritten on it somewhere clearly visible: your name, course number and section.Interphase proceeds meiosis. There are three stages of interphase: G1, S, and G2. The purpose of interphase is grow the cell, replicate DNA, and prepare for meiosis.
Name: Caroline NicholsonCourse section number: 01GUnit 7: Meiosis Pipe Cleaner ActivityDuring prophase I, the nuclear envelope begins to break down. The chromosomes are tightly paired together. The chromosomes begin the crossover process where one maternal chromosome is paired with one paternal chromosome. During metaphase I, the homologous chromosomes are arranged in the center of the cell with the kinetochores facing opposite poles. The orientation of each pair of homologous chromosomes at the center of the cell is random.
Name: Caroline NicholsonCourse section number: 01GUnit 7: Meiosis Pipe Cleaner ActivityIn anaphase I, the spindle fibers pull the linked chromosomes apart. The sister

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