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Which phase of mitosis the chromosomes start lining up along the middle of the dividing cell?

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Asked by Khoran, Last updated: Jul 26, 2020

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yatesc

Yatesc

Answered Jan 14, 2020

That phase is called metaphase.

 

C. Marcus

C. Marcus, Content Developer, Washington

Answered Jan 04, 2019

Mitosis is a part of a process in cell division when the cell is divided into two different cells. There are certain phases of the mitosis process. These phases include the preprophase which is the first phase in the division. Then the next phase is called the prophase which causes the cell to begin to divide. The third phase is the prometaphase which causes changes in the nucleus.

The fourth phase is called the metaphase which causes the chromosomes to start lining up along the middle of the dividing cell. The fifth phase is the anaphase which causes two identical chromosomes to take place. The final phase in the mitosis process is the telophase which stretches out the cell to make it elongated.

 

khoran

Khoran

Answered Sep 20, 2018

Metaphase
 

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