anonymous
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What happens to centrioles during Mitosis?
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During the prophase stage of the Mitosis, the centrioles move towards the opposite poles of the cell. Centrioles are short sylilnders of microtubules that organize the spindle. Some of the spindle fibers attach themselves to the centromere of the chromosome. I wish I helped yoou enough but if you need more help you can contact me at tutorvilleacademy.com

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