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Unformatted text preview: chromosomes separate. Chromatids separate. Chromatids separate (like in anaphase of mitosis). Daughter cells are identical to parent cell. Daughter cells are NOT identical to parent cell: half the # chromosomes; vary from each other in genetic information. Chromosome # at each pole: 2n = 4 Chromosome # in each daughter cell: 2n = 4 Chromosome # at each pole: 1n = 2, 4 chromatids at each pole Chromosome # at each pole and future daughter cell: 1n = 2...
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