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What happens in anaphase?
Original post by 77677
What happens in anaphase?

@Dentaldreams biology revision Q for you here! :biggrin:


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Chromosomes and their copies are pulled to different ends of the cell
Original post by TriplexA
@Dentaldreams biology revision Q for you here! :biggrin:


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This is a nice method of active recall:biggrin:
Original post by 77677
What happens in anaphase?

Anaphase is the third stage of mitosis. It is where sister chromatids are separated at the centromere, dividing into two- now chromosomes. They are pulled to opposite poles by spindle fibres which shorten in the process.
Original post by Dentaldreams
This is a nice method of active recall:biggrin:

Anaphase is the third stage of mitosis. It is where sister chromatids are separated at the centromere, dividing into two- now chromosomes. They are pulled to opposite poles by spindle fibres which shorten in the process.

My answer is so basic :biggrin:

Your all covered if this does come up in the exam!
Original post by TriplexA
My answer is so basic :biggrin:

Your all covered if this does come up in the exam!

Basic but right, you’d get one mark for that:biggrin:

Mitosis is like the only thing I know🙈 I’ve seriously got to get cracking
Original post by Dentaldreams
Basic but right, you’d get one mark for that:biggrin:

Mitosis is like the only thing I know🙈 I’ve seriously got to get cracking

Good luck - I'm sure you'll get it all covered before the exam :smile:

I've been slacking too recently - had enough TSR time today, logging off for today now :biggrin:


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Original post by TriplexA
Good luck - I'm sure you'll get it all covered before the exam :smile:

I've been slacking too recently - had enough TSR time today, logging off for today now :biggrin:


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thank you:biggrin:
can I say "Cell fibres pull the chromosomes apart to opposite sides of the cell."?

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