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chromatis pairs are fully visible, the nucleoluus and the nuclear memebrane disintegrate, and spindle fibers begin to form
chromatid pairs line up across center of the cell the centromemre of each pair attaches to spindle fibers
each chromatid pair splits at the centromere and seperates to opposite ends of the cell where they become identical chromosomes
process that produces haploid sex cells and ensures that offspring have the same diploid number as its parent
the nuclei divide and the chromatids seperate, producing sex cells with half the number of chromosomes of the original nucleus
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