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nuclear membrane reappears.
telophase
chromosomes line up on the equator
metaphase
chromosomes shorten and thicken, becoming visible
prophase
cell membrane begins to pinch together to form two separate cells (animal cells)
telophase
spindle fibers form
prophase
chromosomes move to opposite poles forming distinct groups
telophase
chromosomes replicate
interphase
nuclear membrane disappears
prophase
cell is growing
interphase
centrioles move to opposite ends of the cell.
begining in prophase ending in metaphase
each pair of chromosomes is called a homologous pair
true
chromosomes carry genetic info
true
genes are larger than chromosomes
false
a cell contains 46 chromosomes is said to be in a haploid state
false
egg and sperm cells have 23 chromosomes in their nuclei
true
chromosomes only occur in egg or sperm cells
false
humans have 46 chromosomes
true
sister chromatids are connected at a centromere
true
interphase is the 1st stage of mitosis
false
no pairing of homologs occur
mitosis
two divisions
mitosis
assosicated with growth and asexual reproduction
mitosis
associated with sexual reproduction
meiosis
one division
mitosis
two daughter cells are producd
mitosis
involves duplication of chromosomes1
mitosis AND meiosis
chromosome number is maintained
mitosis
chromosome number is halved
meiosis
crossing over between homologous chromosomes may occur
meiosis
daughter cells are identical to parent cell
mitosis
daughter cells are not identical to parent cell
meiosis
produces gametes
meiosis
synapsis occurs in prophase
mitosis
what is the main event of interphase
the chromosomes in the nucleus replicate