Chapter 8 Questions & Things to Review- During Prophase I of Meiosis, the duplicated homologous chromosomes pair up and crossing-over occurs. At this point, each homologous chromosome pair is visible as a tetrad, a tight grouping of four chromatids, two of them sisters and two of them non-sisters. The sites of crossing-over are seen as crisscrossed chromatids and are called chiasmata (singular: chiasma). [Chapter 8, Activity: Meiosis Animation, slide 11/14]Which ones are sisters and which are not? Review chiasmataMeiosis: Diploid cell (two consecutive divisions) four haploid cells produced, each with half as many chromosomes as parent cell(Interphase)Meiosis I:(Prophase I) (Metaphase I) (Anaphase I) (Telophase I & Cytokinesis)(Meiosis I) Meiosis II:
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