What is a tetrad?

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Two sets of sister chromatids .
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What are tetrads?

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

What is tetrad?

a four-part structure that forms during meiosis .

How many chromatids are in a tetrad?

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

How do tetrads form?

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

Tetrads are seen where?

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

A tetrad is composed of?

Tetrads are formed of 2 homologous chromosomes, which are crossing over so there is a total of 4 chromatids. :D

What is the tetrad formation?

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

What is tetrad and why is it important?

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
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What is the differences between bivalent and tetrad?

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.
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Is a mule a tetrad?

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