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Late Prophase - Early Metaphase
In which phase will the Spindle Fibers attach to the centromeres of the chromosomes?
What anchors the Spindle fibers so that they are braced at the ends of the cell (in animal cells only)?
The chromatin will change into ? because it is easier to seperate the two copies in this form.
The nuclear envelope needs to disappear so that the Spindle Fibers can grow toward and ? the chromosomes.
The ? is how organisms add new body cells for growth, and add new cells to repair injuries.
The genetic information on one chromosome is ? from the genetic information on another chromosome.
All of the chromatids that go to the same end of the cell together during Anaphase, makes up all of the ? of the organism.
It is the pulling and pushing action of the ? that cause the ends of the cell to be pushed out and elongated during Anaphase.
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