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How does the number of chromosomes in anaphase differ from the number of chromosomes in the other stages of mitosis?

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  1. jenish
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    If u r talking about mitosis, there is the prophase, pro metaphase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase........ Remember that in metaphase, just after the metaphase, where there is the metaphase plate..... The chromosomes are " separated", they are going to different poles, with the help of micro tubules..... Does this help?

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    Correction: it should read... Just after the PROMETAPHASE...

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  3. JazzyMLee9
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    not really. can you be a little bit more spcific? please

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    Basically, before anaphase, the chromosomes are diploid..... But when the chromosomes are separated in anaphase, it is haploid.

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    Nd check images on google for haploid and diploid... Nd just look at the stages of mitosis.... You'll know what I mean if you look at it

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    THANK YOU SO MUCH!

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  7. JazzyMLee9
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    the response before the images helped. can you help me with one more question?

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  8. jenish
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    ya sure... sry about the late response.... i was in college... i mean i still am but, im kind of ffree right now

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    Thank you so much for the help! Biology is not my subject. Sorry for late response, I been busy. What college are you going to? I am in High school

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    i go to harvard :P

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    loll..

    • 11 months ago
  12. JazzyMLee9
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    WOW! Really are you joking!? Sorry for VERY LATE RESPONSE. I forgot my password and been busy too

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