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i) What is synaptonemal complex?
ii) Explain the significance of crossing over with diagram. In which phase of cell division this process takes place?
multicellular organisms have division of labour? explain
what is G0 phase of plant cell?
what is a mesosome in prokaryotic cell? mention the function it performs.
In which phase proteins for spindle fiber formation are synthesised? a) G1 b) G2
Draw the diagram of all five sub stages of prophase 1 of meiosis 1 and explain them.....pls give me these diagrams as soon as possible.....
what are sister and non sister chromatids???????
1.) which Cdk and cyclin comes under G1 check point.
2.) which Cdk and cyclin comes under G2 check point.
How many meiotic divisions are required to produce 1000 seeds(grain) of cyprus plant which is an expection to the division rule of ( n + n/4 ) ?
why interphase called resting phase?
HOW MANY MEIOTIC DIVISIONS ARE REQUIRED TO FORM 200 POLLEN GRAINS?
cell division includes karyokinesis and cytokinesis. at what phase does the cytokinesis process BEGIN.?is it at the end of telophase, starting of telophase, end of prophase or starting of prophase?
what is the significance of mitosis and meiosis??
Give all the formulas in cell division ?
can anyone tell me the meaning of intiation of DNA replication?
figure of different stages of meiosis
explain centriole,mitotic spindle, microtubles,cromatids-with diagram
difference between sister and non-sister chromatids
At which stage of cell division the morphology of chromosomes can be distincly studied?
Give brief account of somatic cell division ?
what is the significance of mitosis and meiosis?
what is prophase.......quickly
what is the difference b/w miosos and mitosis
Can you explain the full process of meiosis 1?
where do mitosis and meiosis occur in animal and plants?
what is terminalization?
what is commitment point?
How the chromosome number is maintained in offspring?
are bivalent & tetrad the same thing?
Difference between chromosomes and chromatin?
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plants dont have centrioles, so how are the spindle fibres formed for cell division? how can it divide without centriole? n if it can , why do animals need the centriole? What is its main function? arent spindle fibres formed by centriole? if nt then wer r they formed?
what is the difference between cell cycle and cell division.
what is anastral mitosis?
what's synapse?with the help of diagram explain reflex action on knee jerk?
q.1what is the role of chromosomes in inheritance?
q2 what is genetic recombination?
q3 what is genetic mapping?
q4 what is diffrance between mitosis and meiosis?
q5 what is cell cycle and what's the function of cell cycle? please answer me as soon as it 's possible
What is the difference between the phases of mitosis and the phases of meiosis and phases of meiosisI and phases of meiosisII
please explain the difference between sister chromatids and homologous chromosomes...
the main differences between mitosis and meiosis.
what is sporic mitosis?
explain hte process of nicking and re-annealing.
What will be the amount of dna in meiosis II products if meiocyte contains 30 Pg DNA in G1 phase?
diferentiate between metaphase of mitosis metaphase 1 of meiosis?
what will be the total number of mitotic divisions in the formation of 64 daughter cells
how many meiotic divisions are necessary for the formation of 100 grains?? ans-125....please explain how??
What is chiasmata? State its significance.
What is DNA replication?
which structure of animal cell forms the asters of spindle?
what are sister chromatids and non sister chromatids?
What is a centriole, why does it duplicate and what is its function?
"Chromosomal material condenses to form compact mitotic chromosomes. Chromosomes are seen to be composed of 2 chromatids attached together at the centromere. " Explain this statement.Also, what are mitotic spindle and microtubules?Thank You! :)
what is mitosis and meosis ?what is the diffrence between them?can u provide any video regarding it?
Between mitosis a cell id called to be in the
a)resting stage , b)sleeping stage , c)active stage, d)none of these.
synapsis (b) bivalent (c) chiasmata
a diagram to illustrate your answer.
why are chromatids called as sister or daughter chromatids. at some case u call as sister chromatids and at some cases u call as daughter chromatids please explain?
what is hemozygous?
what is chiasmata?? plz explain in simple words
The point at which polytene chromosomes appear to be attached together is called what? n why?
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