Recombination of genetic material occurs

 

1.      Because of synapsis

 

2.      Because of crossing over

 

3.      Because of termination of chiasmata

 

4.     Because of X Shaped structure

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Recombination completion leads to

1.      Chromosomes attached to each other at the centromere

2.      Chromosomes attached to each other at sites of crossing over in the sister chromatids

3.      Chromosomes linked at the sites of crossing over

4.     Both A and C

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Recombination completes in

1.      The end of pachytene

2.      Just before the end of pachytene

3.      the end of midphase of pachytene

4.     End of zygotene

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The dissolution of the synaptonemal complex is the recognition event of

1.      Ending of pachytene

2.      Beginning of diplotene

3.      Beginning of Diakinesis

4.     Ending of Diplotene

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Chromosomes are fully condensed and the meiotic spindle is assembled to prepare the homologous chromosomes for separation. This is a characteristic feature of which of the following option

1.Diplotene

2.Diakinesis

3.Prophase

4.Metaphase

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The separation of homologous chromosomes while attachment of sister chromatids remain associated at their centromere is a characteristic feature of which of the following

1.Diplotene

2.Pachytene

3.Anaphase I

4.Anaphase

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What does result in dyad of cells?

 

1.Telophase II

 

2.TelophaseI

 

3.Cytokinesis I

 

4.Meiosis II

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The stage between two meiosis is

1.Cytokinesis

2.Interkinesis

3.Interphase I

4.Interphase

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Prophase II

1.Simpler than Prophase but complex than Prophase I

2.Complex than Prophase I

3.Simpler than Prophase I

4.All of these

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When does Prophase II start usually?

(1) Chromosomes are fully elongated

(2) Before chromosomes are fully condensed

(3) Before chromosomes are fully elongated

(4) After chromosomes are fully elongated

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