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Unformatted text preview: A R A S U G A R S U G A R C G S U G A R S U G A R S U G A R Each chromosome separates into 2 individual chromatids. Within these, the DNA double helix separates into 2 individual S U DNA strands. G A A R S U G A R S Free nucleotides U Each strand of DNA attracts G complementary nucleotides. A R S U G A R S U G A R T G C T S U G A R A S U G A R S U G A R C G S U G A R S U G A R S U G A R Two strands of DNA have now become four. S U G A R S U G A R S U G A R S U G A R 46 chromatids have now become 92. A T G C S U G A R T A S U G A R C G S U G A R S U S G U G A A R R S U G A R S U G A R S U G A R S U G A R S U G A R S U G A R S U G A R A T G C T S U G A R A S U G A R C G S U G A R S U G A R S U G A R S U G A R 46 chromatids have become 92. They separate into 2 sets of 23 chromatid pairs (chromosomes). Each set of 23 chromosomes moves to opposite poles. New cell membranes form. A new cell membrane has formed around each of two new cells. A nuclear membrane forms around each set of 23 chromosomes. The original cell has now become 2 cells. MUTATION Theoretically, each new da...
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