diffrence between asters and spindle fibre
Asked by siddhi.nigam | 14th Jun, 2015, 01:52: PM
(i) It remains attached to the chrmosome.
(ii) The fibre runs in between two daughter centrioles
(i) It is not attached to the chromosome.
(ii)Fibres originate friom the centriole forming a star shaped structure called as aster.
Answered by Sivanand Patnaik | 14th Jun, 2015, 08:16: PM
- Draw anaphase stage with 3 pairs of Chromosomes. Which is the resting phase? Is it interphase or late G1 phase?
- What are the functions of asters? What is the difference between centrioles and centrosomes? What is a homologous chromosome? Define it.
- what is mitosis
- Why spindle fibre form
- What is M phase?
- How does the furrow in the animal cell deepen?
- why does the thickning of chromatin material thicken during the interphase?
- What is the shortest test of mitosis
- What is 'M' phase
- You did not mention KINETOCHORE which connects the chromatids to the spindle fibres to pull them towards the poles.......Please confirm.
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