Introduction:Unlike mitosis, which produces two identical daughter cells from one parent cell, meiosis creates four unique daughter cells with half the amount of DNA as the parent cell. Question: How does meiosis create four daughter cells from one parent cell? 1.Observe: (ProphaseI) Click on the nucleus to break it down then click on the DNA to condense it into chromosomes. Drag the centrosomes to the top and bottom of the cell. 2.Observe: (MetaphaseI and AnaphaseI) - Drag the groups of homologous chromosomes to the metaphase plate, then drag spindle fibers from each of the centrosomes to the chromosomes. Click the centrosome to pull the chromosomes apart. How do the chromosomes separate in anaphase I? So there can be enough dan and chromosomes for the cells and the duplicateActivity A: Steps in meiosisGet the Gizmo ready: !Make sure the STEPS tab is selected.