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In what stage of meiosis is crossing over most likely to occur? Prophase I Anaphase II Metaphase I Prophase II

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  1. anonymous
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    In what phase of meiosis are tetrads separated as homologous chromosomes are pulled to opposite poles of the cell? Metaphase I Metaphase II Anaphase I Anaphase II

  2. anonymous
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    One full cycle of meiosis produces two haploid cells four haploid cells two diploid cells four diploid cells

  3. anonymous
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    Which of the following statements best describes the major difference between metaphase I of meiosis and metaphase of mitosis? In metaphase I, tetrad sets of homologous chromosomes stay together as they line up along the center of the cell. In metaphase, homologous chromosomes are separated as each sister chromatid set is pulled to one end of the cell. In metaphase, sister chromatids are separated and pulled apart to form a total of four new haploid cells. In metaphase I, sets of sister chromatids line up at the center of the cell and the spindle fibers pull them apart.

  4. anonymous
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    Which of the following statements best describes the major difference between metaphase I of meiosis and metaphase of mitosis? In metaphase I, tetrad sets of homologous chromosomes stay together as they line up along the center of the cell. In metaphase, homologous chromosomes are separated as each sister chromatid set is pulled to one end of the cell. In metaphase, sister chromatids are separated and pulled apart to form a total of four new haploid cells. In metaphase I, sets of sister chromatids line up at the center of the cell and the spindle fibers pull them apart.

  5. anonymous
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    Homework help plz @Marcorie @Anna-Rose @bigpapa26 @Koikkara @sugarplum15 @Keigh2015 @kingalex123

  6. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Umm don't mean to burst your bubble or anything but may you please put different questions in different link. Not in the same one please so that we can go over each question individually?

  7. anonymous
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    Can we just do it in this one please, sorry if its a burden

  8. anonymous
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    each question is a different reply

  9. anonymous
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    I am sorry but I can't, I either like medals or fans for the questions that I answer. Not saying that I always get them but I can't do this, it is just too much to deal with sorry

  10. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    @kingalex123 medals dont have to be given in return for asking a question its just a nice thing to do if someone is polite and answers your question

  11. anonymous
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    @sugarplum15 do you mind helping me

  12. anonymous
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    Sure.

  13. anonymous
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    thanks :)

  14. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    What do you think the first one is??

  15. anonymous
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    I was thinking prophase 1 but i dont think that is right

  16. anonymous
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    That is correct. :)

  17. anonymous
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    I do understand but I have my own policy and this is going against is...5 questions in 1 link?

  18. anonymous
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    Your policy not open study's policy.

  19. anonymous
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    Okay...what do you think the second one is??

  20. anonymous
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    anaphase 2

  21. anonymous
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    ok?

  22. anonymous
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    Metaphase is when the tertads line up on the equator in the meiosisII.. in the state of Anaphase II.. the centromeres separate and the sister chromatids—now individual chromosomes—move toward the opposite poles of the cell. so by anaphase II the process has gone to past tertads being separated into homologous chromosomes. thus in anaphase 1 the chromosomes separate.

  23. anonymous
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    Oh okay

  24. anonymous
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    So it would be Anaphase 1?

  25. anonymous
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    Yes. :) So what do you think for the next one??

  26. anonymous
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    2 diploid

  27. anonymous
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    No 4 diploid

  28. anonymous
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    oh okay its double split right?

  29. anonymous
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    four diploid cells

  30. anonymous
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    btw i think 4 is C

  31. anonymous
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    a. metaphase 1 the spindle has formed, and the microtuble for each set of sister chromatids. In meatphase in meiosis the chromosomes are lined up along the equotorial plane at the end of metaphase the spindle pull the chromosomes towards the centrioles.

  32. anonymous
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    oh lol okay

  33. anonymous
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    next one is 12

  34. anonymous
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    right?

  35. anonymous
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    Yes. :)

  36. anonymous
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    THANK YOU SO MUCH Help me with one more?

  37. anonymous
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    Sure! :)

  38. anonymous
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    Compare and contrast what happens in mitosis and meiosis and discuss the importance of each process to a living organism.

  39. anonymous
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    Im not sure where to begin with this

  40. anonymous
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    I have one from my previous school and I saved it on my laptop, give me a sec to copy and paste it.

  41. anonymous
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    Oh serious Awesome

  42. anonymous
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    wait

  43. anonymous
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    dont copy and paste it here

  44. anonymous
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    msg it to me

  45. anonymous
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    Ohhh...mk

  46. anonymous
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    Meddddaaaaaaaaallll

  47. anonymous
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    Gotcha ;)

  48. anonymous
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    Thank you so much for our help!

  49. anonymous
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    Thank you. If you got more questions later tag me and I'll with you as soon as I can. :) Thanks for calling the Sugar Help Dial! *beeps.*

  50. anonymous
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    Lol

  51. anonymous
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    Got any more questions??

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