why is spindle fibres produced during cell division called centriolar type?
Asked by dmondal | 10th Feb, 2017, 12:24: PM
The spindle fibres originate from the centrioles during the cell division and hence, they are called centriolar type.
Answered by Hemangi Binny | 10th Feb, 2017, 03:59: PM
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