In telophase, which of the following structures are reformed?
Nuclear envelope and nucleolus
Division of the nucleus during cell division is called __________.
Identify the stage of Mitosis by the image and key changes in the process.
* Spindle fibres disappear.
* Cell membrane completes constriction.
* Nuclear membrane reappears.
* Cytokinesis follows.
Identify the correct sequence of phases during karyokinesis:
Interphase - karyokinesis - cytokinesis
- S - - karyokinesis - cytokinesis
Prophase - metaphase - anaphase - telophase
All of these
During telophase of cell division(mitosis), ER gives rise to materials of
All of the above
Early anaphase in mitosis is characterized by the:
All of these
Contraction of continuous fibres
Separation of homologous chromosome
Division of centromere in each chromosome
- Cytokinesis - Cell plate formed, mitochondria distributed between two daughter cells
- Telophase - Nuclear envelope re-forms, Golgi complex re-forms
- Telophase - Endoplasmic reticulum and nucleolus not re-formed yet
- Late Anaphase - Chromosomes move away from the equatorial plate, Golgi complex not present.
- Chromosome formation
- Spindle formation
- Chromatids separate
- Chromatin formation
- Somaclonal variation
- Decondensation of chromosomes and reorganisation of nuclear lamina
- Transcription of chromosomes and reorganisation of nuclear lamina
- Formation of phragmoplast and contractile ring
- Transcription of chromosomes and formation of the contractile rings