Difference between prometaphase and anaphase




  1. the stage of meiosis or mitosis when chromosomes move toward opposite ends of the nuclear spindle


Says Nogales, ‘That the rings remain attached to the microtubule end as it depolymerizes, is a most ingenious mechanism to move chromosome to the two daughter cells during anaphase, without even requiring energy.’

Finally, category III includes cells in anaphase / telophase either with or without a spindle signal present.

At the meiotic anaphase, passage of the two centromeres of the dicentric chromosome to opposite poles of the spindle produces a bridge.

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