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Ajitesh parmar
2 years ago | Botany | Cell Cycle and Cell Division
Shraddha
2 years ago
Ashish Modawnal
2 years ago | Botany | Cell Cycle and Cell Division
  • Mature RBC TAKE PLACE IN WHICH PHASE ??

Shraddha
2 years ago
Parag
2 years ago | Botany | Cell Cycle and Cell Division
  • Sir what is bracymiosis ?

Shraddha
2 years ago
  • Please check the spelling of the term and send us your query back .

awais nayeem
a year ago | Botany | Cell Cycle and Cell Division
  • in case of plants how the spindle fibres arise if they r no centrioles

     

kapil gupta
a year ago
  • There are many different ways to make a spindle in plants: "Mitotic spindles may be organized at centriolar centrosomes (only in final divisions of spermatogenesis), polar organizers (POs), plastid MTOCs, or nuclear envelope MTOCs (NE-MTOCs)." Of these, only the latter has been observed in angiosperms (flowering plants).

NEETPrep student
2 years ago | Botany | Cell Cycle and Cell Division
  • where does TCA cycle takes place ?
Tushar
10 months ago
  • in the mitochondrial matrix
Chirag Mishra
a year ago | Botany | Cell Cycle and Cell Division
  • Sir means metaphase anaphase  Mai hamese 6 hi chromosome rhenge ki appne sif explain Karne me leye bataya ha 

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NEETprep
a year ago
  • explain kar ke liye suppose kiya hai 6 chromosome..watch video again at 7m 10s to 7m 20s. Sir is saying that. 

Sayee
a year ago | Botany | Cell Cycle and Cell Division
  • Is this happening after fertilisation that is in zygote

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NAINSHEET
a year ago
  • What are you referring to?

Sayee
a year ago | Botany | Cell Cycle and Cell Division
  • Confused between maternal and paternal chromatids

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Sayee
a year ago
  • ??

Deep_shikha_
a year ago | Botany | Cell Cycle and Cell Division
  • At which stage does  cytokinesis start in animal and plant cells resp?

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NAINSHEET
10 months ago
  • Cytokinesis occurs at late telophase in both cases

Saroj
10 months ago | Botany | Cell Cycle and Cell Division
  • Let a cell's generation time is 1 minute. In 20 minutes a culture tube (culture medium) is 1/8th filled with cells. When the tube will be fullfilled? (a) 21 minutes (b)23 minutes (c) 60 minutes (d) 160 minutes

    can you please explain the calculation?

     

NAINSHEET
10 months ago
  • Generation time is the time in which bacteria divide....and they divide by fission so their number doubles every 1 min. At 20 min tube is 1/8 full. After another min it will be1/4, then half and then full....in total after 3min