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what is it called when the nuclus starts to fall apart?

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  1. anonymous
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    Is this is the replication of a cell? This would be prophase in mitosis or propahse I in meiosis.

  2. anonymous
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    @biology111 it may be clevage or furrowing in amitosis.. or anything else .. will you please clarify...?

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    It is in prometaphase if its mitosis. Clevage furrow refers to the division of the cytoplasm in animal cells. I think the answer for your question is indeed prometaphase (in some texts it is just simply under prophase)

  4. anonymous
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    karyolysis.........

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