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Unformatted text preview: Meiosis II Phases of Meiosis: As I go through this process pay attention to how the process produces haploid nuclei and divides the chromosomes such that each resulting cell has one chromosome from each pair. Prophase I: Synapsis tetrad . Crossing-over Metaphase I: Anaphase I: Telophase I: Cytokinesis: Segregation : Homologues separate into different cells * Independent Assortment : Different pairs assort independently Interkinesis Prophase II Metaphase II: Anaphase II: Telophase II: Cytokinesis now occurs again, may be equal or unequal LIFE CYCLES alternation of generations: a haploid phase followed by a diploid phase followed by a haploid phase Note difference between a spore and a gamete...
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- Fall '07