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during the final stage of mitosis, what happens to the chromosomes so they cannot be seen? What other organelles start to reappear ? What happens to the nuclear membrane ? What happens to the spindle fibers? What are the chromatids now called ?
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The chromosomes uncoil. The nucleolus reappears. Nuclear membrane reforms around each set of chromosomes at each pole of the cell. The spindle fibres break down and form the microtubules of the new cells. The chromatids are now chromosomes.
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(Original post by Taekoook)
during the final stage of mitosis, what happens to the chromosomes so they cannot be seen? What other organelles start to reappear ? What happens to the nuclear membrane ? What happens to the spindle fibers? What are the chromatids now called ?
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