What is a tetrad?
Two sets of sister chromatids .
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Bivalents or Tetrad of homologous chromosomes consisting of four synapsed chromatids that become visible during the Pachytene stage of meiotic prophase or A four-part structur…e that forms during the prophase of meiosis and consists of two homologous chromosomes, each composed of two sister chromatids.
a four-part structure that forms during meiosis .
All tetrads contain four chromatids. Each "leg" is one chromatid. 2 Tetrad = 2 homologous chromosomes 1 homologous chromosome has 2 chromatids joined together by a centromer…e. That means that there are four chromatids in a tetrad
Tetrads form in Prophase 1. As the chromatin condenses, special proteins cause the homologus chromosomes to stick together in pairs. The resulting structure has 4 chromatids a…nd is called a tetrad.
Tetrads are groups of four and can refer to genetics, generalrelativity, or chromosomal formation. A tetrad is a group of fourchromatids that are in the first stages of meiosi…s.
Tetrads are 4 haploid product cells, and they form during Prophase I
during prophase 1
Tetrads are formed of 2 homologous chromosomes, which are crossing over so there is a total of 4 chromatids. :D
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During Prophase 1, pairs of homologous chromosomes line up to form tetrads(T) C represents a pair of centrioles that will migrate to the one end of the cell. The term tetrad r…efers to the four chromatids of the paired homologous chromosomes. Remember that during prophase, each chromosome has two strands of DNA or chromatids
A mega or microspore mother cell after undergoing meiosis results in to 4 haploid cells. To begin with these cells (spores) remain enclosed in the cell wall of mother cell, he…nce called tetrad. The spore further develops in to egg cell or male gametes and are important for sexual reproduction.
Tetrads consists of 2 chromosomes and 4 chromotids
In Human Anatomy and Physiology
paired homologous chromosomes
In The Difference Between
The bivalents are homologous chromosome containing a total of two chromosomes. On the other hand, tetrad is the homologous pair of chromosomes containing four chromosome.
In Donkeys and Mules
No a mule is not a tetrad, this is due to the fact that the mule has 63 chromosomes. Mules are a hybrid between the horse and the donkey, and are unable to reproduce due to th…e uneven number of chromosomes.