A stage in cell division is shown in the figure. Select the answer which gives the correct identification of the stage with its characteristics:
 

1.

Late anaphase

Chromosomes move away from the equatorial plate, Golgi complex not present

2.

Cytokinesis

Cell plate formed, mitochondria distributed between two daughter cells

3.

Telophase

Endoplasmic reticulum and nucleolus not reformed yet

4.

Telophase

Nuclear envelop reforms, Golgi complex reforms

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During the metaphase stage of mitosis spindle fibres attach to chromosomes at:
 
1. kinetochore
2. both centromere and kinetochore
3. centromere, kinetochore and areas adjoining centromere
4. centromere
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A stage of mitosis is shown in the diagram. Which stage is it and what are its characteristics?


 
1. Metaphase-spindle fibers attached to kinetochores, centromeres split and chromatids separate
2. Metaphase- chromosomes moved to spindle equator chromosomes made up of two sister chromatids
3. Anaphase - centromeres split and chromatids separate and start moving away
4. Late prophase - chromosomes move to spindle equator
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Identify the meiotic stage in which the homologous chromosomes separate while the sister chromatids remain associated at their centromeres.
1.  Metaphase-II
2.  Anaphase-I
3.  Anaphase-II
4.  Metaphase-I

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Select the correct option with respect to mitosis.
 
1. Chromatids start moving towards opposite poles in telophase.
2. Golgi complex and endoplasmic reticulum are still visible at the end of prophase.
3. Chromosomes move to the spindle equator and get aligned along the equatorial plate in metaphase.
4. Chromatids separate but remain in the center of the cell in anaphase.
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At metaphase, chromosomes are attached to the spindle fibres by their:
1. Centromere
2. Satellites
3. Secondary constrictions
4. Kinetochores

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During mitosis ER and nucleolus begin to disappear at:

1. late prophase

2. early metaphase

3. late metaphase

4. early prophase

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Which stages of cell division do the following figures A and B represent respectively? 

1. Metaphase- Telophase 2. Telophase- Metaphase
3. Late anaphase- Prophase 4. Prophase- Anaphase
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