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Mitosis and Meiosis Stage Quiz-1_no key - apparent 9...

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Mitosis or Meiosis Stages Quiz
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Cell growth occurs after recently undergoing mitosis 1
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Sister chromatids are pulled to metaphase plate 2
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Centrioles and spindle fibers appear Chromosomes condense to the point that sister chromatids can be seen Nuclear membrane begins to break down 3
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Chromosomes become visible as long single strands 4
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Sister chromatids are pulled to the metaphase plate which is also known as the equatorial plane 5
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Results in two cells with n number of chromosomes 6
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Doubling of each chromosome in the S phase becomes apparent Notice chiasmata 7
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Notice each cell has a unique genome 8
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Crossover that occurred earlier is
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Unformatted text preview: apparent 9 Synthesis of DNA occurs resulting in all chromosomes being duplicated 10 Centromeres are pulled apart by the spindle fibers and each chromatid from each sister pair is pulled to opposite poles 11 Each homologous pair migrates to opposite poles Notice results of crossover events 12 Further cell growth occurs to ready cell for mitosis 13 Chromatids expand back to chromosomes Nuclear membrane reappears 14 Homologous chromosomes pair Must have 2 sets of chromosomes to correctly pair 15 Due to number of centromeres these two cells are sometimes referred to as haploid 16 17 18...
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