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|A. Prophase |B. Interphase |C. Telophase |D. Metaphase |E. Anaphase |
_____ 1. The sister chromatids are moving apart.
_____ 2. The nucleolus begins to fade from view.
_____ 3. A new nuclear membrane is forming around the chromosomes.
_____ 4. The cytoplasm of the cell is being divided.
_____ 5. The chromosomes become invisible.
_____ 6. The chromosomes are located at the equator
of the cell.
_____ 7. The nuclear membrane begins to fade from view.
_____ 8. The division (cleavage) furrow appears.
_____ 9. The chromosomes are moving towards the poles of
_____ 10. Chromatids line up along the equator.
_____ 11. The spindle is formed.
_____ 12. Chromosomes are not visible.
_____ 13. Cytokinesis is completed.
_____ 14. The cell plate is completed.
_____ 15. Chromosomes are replicated.
_____ 16. The reverse of prophase.
_____ 17. The organization phase
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|A. Prophase |D. Metaphase |G. Chromatid |J. Spindle fiber | |B. Interphase | E. Anaphase |H. Cytokinesis | K. Cell plate | |C. Telophase | F. Centromere | I. Mitosis | |
________________18. What phase are daughter cells in as a result of mitosis?
________________19. During what phase of mitosis do centromeres divide and the chromosomes move toward their respective poles?
________________20. What is the phase where...