how do we differentiate between different phases of mitosis
Asked by Pratham | 31st Dec, 2017, 08:14: PM
The differentiation can be seen in the spindle fibers, nucleolus, and nuclear membrane. in which they form, appear, disappear and again reappear. For example, in prophase, the nucleolus and nuclear membrane disappear and in telophase, they reappear again.
Answered by Sivanand Patnaik | 1st Jan, 2018, 08:51: AM
- what is mitosis
- Why spindle fibre form
- What is M phase?
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- 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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- Good evening mam, I am having a doubt.I request you to clear my doubt as soon as possible. The question is that what is meant by cytokinesis? i could'nt understand about it by seeing the video. please message
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