You did not mention KINETOCHORE which connects the chromatids to the spindle fibres to pull them towards the poles.......Please confirm.

Asked by jeeyaarora | 16th Apr, 2020, 11:42: AM

Expert Answer:

  • A kinetochore is a protein structure that forms on a chromatid during cell division and allows it to attach to a spindle fiber on a chromosome.
  • The purpose of the kinetochore is to pull the chromatids apart. 
  • Kinetochores also help during cell division by making sure that each new cell has one chromatid from each pair.

Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 16th Apr, 2020, 07:46: PM