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Unformatted text preview: chromosomes (we call them chromosomes after the centromeres are separated) to opposite poles of the spindle. Telophase Telophase is when the chromosomes reach the poles of their respective spindles, the nuclear envelope reforms, chromosomes uncoil into chromatin form, and the nucleolus (which had disappeared during Prophase) reform. Where there was one cell there are now two smaller cells each with exactly the same genetic information. These cells may then develop into different adult forms via the processes of development....
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