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This is not a good question, with two of the choices being identical, and only one of the two being correct.

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Why it is 24 not 48 ... mitosis doesn't mean the double of the daughter cell!

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The answer to this is A. There are some people who may find this hard to understand if they do not know what meiosis is. There are four stages available such as prophase, metaphase, anaphase, and telophase. The end result of these four stages is the production of 4 haploid cells.

This...

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The correct answer to this question is A. Centromeres are the region of a chromosome where the microtubules of the spindle attach during cell division. Centromeres are at the end of the chromatid where two replicated sister chromatids are attached.

Centromeres only appears when DNA...

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Meiosis is a little different than mitosis. In mitosis, you get two cells at the end with the final number of chromosomes still at 40 in each cell. In meiosis, the cells divide twice: once to split up the genes into half, and then again so that each cell has only a quarter of the DNA. So, if...

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I take issue with your answer and find it incredibly disheartening when panicked students lose their nerves due to incorrect keys. Centrosomes move to opposite sides during PROPHASE and not PROMETAPHASE. Prometaphase is when their kinectochore microtubules attach to the microtubules of the...

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Mitosis is the phase when a cell is divided into two nuclei during the cell cycle. Even though the cells are supposed to divide, there are times when they do not. During nondisjunction at least a pair of chromosomes do not divided and so there are an odd number of chromosomes. The five main...

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IncorrectWhat are the steps (in order) of mitosis?Prophase metaphase anaphase telaphaseCorrect answer:prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telephaseFeedback


my answer is correct, what is wrong with it

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This needs to be changed 1 and 2 are the same answer so it is not fair because if you press 2 you are wrong

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