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An organism has a diploid number of 8. In prophase of mitosis, how many chromatids will be present in total? At the end of mitosis how many

An organism has a diploid number of 8. In prophase of mitosis, how many chromatids will be present in total? At the end of mitosis how many chromatids will be visible in a single daughter cell? Explain

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Diploid number of 8 means that 2n=8 During prophase of mitosis the chromosomes have replicated and condensed and therefore... View the full answer

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-There are 16 chromatids present in total since the initial number is duplicated. -At the end of... View the full answer

An organism has a diploid number of 8 i.e 2n=8. In prophase of mitosis,... View the full answer

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