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During cell division, centromeres have separated, and chromatids are pulled apart, becoming chromosomes. What happens after the chromosomes are pulled to opposite ends of the cell?

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    karyokinesis and den cytokinesis

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    alrite lets see

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    Possible Answers: Anaphase Metaphase Prophase Telophase

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    kpop this looks hard

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    telophase :)

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    ohemgee kpop lolol yu would

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    yes yu can

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