anonymous
  • anonymous
A cell under a microscope shows homologous chromosomes separated into two daughter cells, each of which is a haploid cell. Which stage of meiosis is the cell showing?
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anonymous
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when homologous chromosome separates, it's in anaphase 1. wikipedia has a good diagram on showing number of chromosomes in each phase. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meiosis
anonymous
  • anonymous
@yukitou, they have already separated into two daughter cells so it is cytokinesis1.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@bronzegoddess oh yes, i just realised that the daughter cell already formed

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