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    During meiosis, the nucleolus dissappers (degenerate) for the cell division to occur. And immediately after the division,then it reappear.

    Why does this occurs? ?
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    During meiosis, the nucleolus dissappers (degenerate) for the cell division to occur. And immediately after the division,then it reappear.

    Why does this occurs? ?
    So that the cell can divide and in order to do so it needs access to the genetic material contained in the nucleolus which is otherwise protected by it.
 
 
 

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