anonymous
  • anonymous
Describe what happens during prophase I and metaphase I and how these phases play an important role in the genetic diversity of the daughter cells produced.
Biology
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
in prophase1 u can clearly see tetrads and in metaphase1 these tetradsget align on a metaphagic plate
anonymous
  • anonymous
I think all the phases in meiosis are equally important Juz as heena said, the chromosomes become thicker so it is visible under a microscope in metaphase, it aligns in the middle of the cell, and will get separated in the later phase If you need anything specific, reply below :)

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