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  • 4 years ago

How do spindle fibers form in plant cells WITHOUT centrioles?

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  1. adityarockzz
    • 4 years ago
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    Thespindle fibres are formed by the centrosomes not the cenrioles.The centrioles come to the MTCs ( micro tubules organising centers) which are present in the centrosomes which make up the spindle fibers on which the chromosomes are held.

  2. sonia_rashed
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    Thespindle fibres are formed by the centrosomes not the cenrioles.The centrioles come to the MTCs ( micro tubules organising centers) which are present in the centrosomes which make up the spindle fibers on which the chromosomes are held.

  3. blues
    • 4 years ago
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    It is plagiarism to present copied and pasted answers as your own work. It is unacceptable and most uncool. Do NOT do this again. Feel free to cite your sources by linking to them. For everyone else's benefit, this is where the answer came from. http://www.weegy.com/home.aspx?ConversationId=789E89C3

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