Suppose that during anaphase the centromeres did not split and the chromatids did not separate?
If the centromeres did not split and the chromatids did not separate during anaphase, the cell would not become stretched. Also, the cell would be unable to go onto the next stage of mitosis, telophase, in which the chromosomes begin to stretch out and lose their rod-like appearance. The cell would remain as one, and be unable to split.
Thinking Critically Predicting Suppose that during anaphase the centromeres did not split and the chromatids did not separate Predict the result?
Suppose that disjunction did not occur in one homologus pair of chromosomes during anaphase 1. How would this affect the chromosome number in the daughter cells?
the chromosome number would vary in daughter cells because disjunction involves the separation of the duplicated chromosomes. disjunction is the whole process occurring in anaphase, so it would be as if anaphase didn't exist. cells would go straight from duplicating chromosomes to splitting. chromosome numbers in daughter cells would therefore be uneven and random because of the cell just splitting in half and whatever chromosomes being in the daughter cell being there
No, I dont think water can have holes in it. It is a luiquid. When you put your hand in water and take it back out it looks like there has been nothing in it. But i also suppose if you were to look at all the separate particles it would have holes. The particles are not to far apart not as close as a solid but not as far as a gas. So i…
well the mitosis checkpoint is right before anaphase, meaning at the end of metaphase right befoer it is about to split. So i suppose whenever it enters metaphase then it will undergo the checkpoint. This checkpoint is extremely importnant for the cell and makes sure there are no mistakes before the cell reproduces.