During interphase what do the chromosomes look like?
chromosomey. i think that is its scientific name.
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Organelles and chromosomes are copied during what?
they make a copy of themselves.
During the early stage of interphase, chromatin is looselydispersed throughout the nucleus. Later on, when the chromatinstarts replicating, it becomes condensed so that the ch…romatidswill separate evenly.
Chromosomes during interphase only have one chromatin Found this answer while doing a crossword for my bio 101 class, it fits in the space - if that helps your confidence i…n my answer
Because the chromosomes are uncoiled.
In interphase, the DNA has just replicated and exists as loosely coiled chromatins. They have not yet condensed enough to be the form of a chromosome. In the next stage, pro…phase, the DNA will shorten and condense into the easily recognizable chromosome structure.
Chromosomes are copied (replicated) and dispersed as chromatin.
Interphase has 3 stages: G1, S, G2. The chromosomes are single-stranded in G1, replicate (double-stranded) in S, and prepares for mitosis (still double-stranded) in G2. So th…e answer is: both single-stranded AND double stranded...depending on what stage of interphase you are interested in.
no because the chromosomes are not uncoiled
A big long strand of spaghetti condensed into a big ball.
They do this so that the daughter cells may have identical DNA copies after mitosis.
Chromatin. The loose and, basically unwound form of chromosomes that are still wrapped is histones.
No. Chromosomes aren't visible until Prophase.
During interphase, chromosomes are in the form of thread-like structures called chromatin.
Chromosomes need to double so that when the cell divides during mitosis/meiosis the daughter cells are left with the correct number of chromosomes. For mitosis, a copy of t…he chromosomes (DNA) is made so that when the cell divides in two - each of the new cells has the same amount of chromosomes as the original cell.