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TlJesusFreak37

  • 2 years ago

What differences can you see between a dividing cell and a non-dividing cell?

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  1. Kainui
    • 2 years ago
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    In a dividing cell you will be able to see the chromosomes along with no nuclear membrane in a eukaryotes. Normally these cells will have the membrane there to separate the chromosomes from the rest of the cell and the chromosomes will not be condensed, instead it will be unwound and be quite transparent to the eye in a microscope.

  2. TlJesusFreak37
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    Thank You!

  3. adeshshendge
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    If u able to see chromosome then its dividing cell. Actually its not exact thing to do but its satisfactory.

  4. salini
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    all the contents of the cell are disintegrated and dissolved like the organnels nucleys,er..everything except the chromatids which develop into solid beautiful chromosomes

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