1) condensation→ nuclear membrane disassembly→ crossing over→ segregation→ telophase
2) condensation→ nuclear membrane disassembly→ arrangement at equator→ centromere division→ segregation→ telophase
3) condensation→ crossing over→ nuclear membrane disassembly→ segregation→ telophase
4) condensation→ arrangement at equator→ centromere division→ segregation→ telophase
Answer:2) condensation→ nuclear membrane disassembly→ arrangement at equator→ centromere division→ segregation→ telophase
Explanation: The correct sequence of stages during mitosis is:
- Prophase – condensation of chromosomes followed by nuclear membrane disassembly
- Metaphase – arrangement of the chromosome at the equator
- Anaphase – centromere division and segregation
- Telophase – formation of two daughter nuclei
Crossing over does not occur during mitosis.
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