Stock Photo: MITOSIS. MITOSIS Meristem of an onion root composed of undifferentiated embryonic cells. Miito Mitosis sis (cell division) is active in the meristem allowing the root to lengthen. Chromosomes (*) in the mother cell are duplicated during mitosis leading to the formation of two daughter cells with the same chromosomes. There are four phases of mitosis: prophase (chromosome contraction and duplication), metaphase (arrangement of the chromosomes along the equatorial plane of the spindle), anapha

MITOSIS. MITOSIS Meristem of an onion root composed of undifferentiated  embryonic cells. Miito Mitosis sis (cell division) is active in the meristem allowing the root to lengthen. Chromosomes (*) in the mother cell are duplicated during mitosis leading to the formation of two daughter cells with the same chromosomes. There are four phases of mitosis: prophase (chromosome contraction and duplication), metaphase (arrangement of the chromosomes along the equatorial plane of the spindle), anapha : Stock Photo

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