Chromosome Doubling

Chromosome Doubling - The spindle apparatus forms....

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Chromosome Doubling vs DNA Synthesis Splitting chromosomes into two will double their number because each chromatid is identical. DNA replication occurs when a single-stranded chromosome produces a second chromatid. Click here to review DNA synthesis (replication). Overview of the Cell Cycle Interphase (G 1 and G 2 ) Chromosomes are not visible because they are uncoiled Prophase The chromosomes coil. The nuclear membrane disintegrates.
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Unformatted text preview: The spindle apparatus forms. Metaphase The chromosomes become aligned. Anaphase The chromatids separate (The number of chromosomes doubles). Telophase The nuclear membrane reappears. The chromosomes uncoil. The spindle apparatus breaks down. The cell divides into two. G 1 Interphase The chromosomes have one chromatid. G 2 Interphase The chromosomes have two chromatids....
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