What are chromosomeswhere and when they are visible in the cell?
Chromosomes contain tightly-packed DNA, and are visible only when the cell is preparing to replicate (before mitosis/meiosis).
With a less stronger microscope the nucleus ,cell membrane and cytoplasm are visible,but in plant cell cell wall and chlorophalast
Nuceoli are visible when they are out of the cell
In the cell cycle, chromosomes become visible in Prophase.
Which structures in animal cells is visible in a dividing cell that are not visible in a non dividing cell?
The epidermis is visible.
Chromosmes are not always visible in a cell. They can only be seen when cells are ready divide
Never visible to naked eye.Visible to light microscope during cell division
When a cell is preparing to divide, the chromosomes coil so that they become visible.
The chromosomes are not visible.
A cell can hold up to 32,767 characters, of which 1024 will be visible in the cell and all visible on the Formula Bar.
Which cell structure was visible when elodea leaf cell wet mount was examined with the compound light microscope?
vacuole, cell wall, chloroplasts and nuclei are visible xo
chromatin is only visible when cell under goes division whereas chromosomes r visible when cell divided
Chromosones become visible during prophase.
A cell cycle has five phases. The cycle wherein the chromosomes are visible is called the Mitosis phase which is abbreviated as the M phase.
A human skin cell is much much bigger than the wavelength of visible light.
Prophase is when the chromosomes become visible, shorter, and thicker, and start to move towards the center of the cell.
In a normal eukaryotic cell which is not actively dividing, chromosomes are not visible. The DNA is loosely coiled, dispersed through the nucleoplasm. However, during cell division, the DNA condenses into ordered structures called chromosomes, which are visible under the microscope.
Chromosomes are visible in the cell nucleus during mitosis and meiosis.
All organelles are visible at certain degree of magnification.
The cell wall, cytoplasm, and cell nucleus
cell wall, vacuole, nucleolus, cytoplasm, cell membrane, nucleus
Two organelles that are not visible in a cheek cell are the mitochondria and ribosomes. These organelles cannot be viewed using ordinary microscopes.
Chromosomes become visible during prophase of mitosis.
DNA is visible during mitosis (replication) when the chromosomes condense.
The organelles in a cheek cell that are not visible under a light microscope are the ribosomes. These organelles are responsible for protein synthesis.
Interphase, because during pro phase they become visible so that means in interphase they were not visible.
Yes, the skin cell is much longer than the wavelength of visible light. The wavelength of visible light is in the range of hundreds of nanometers. Skin cells are much larger.
Nucleus Cell Wall Mitochondria
Nucleolus and cell membrane are visible.
No they are not visible but their presence could be tested. Atoms are smaller than the organelles of the cell alot.
Chromosones become visible during mitosis (specifically prophase)
Yes egg is a unicellular cell , and ostrich egg is the largest unicellular cell which is visible to human eye .
Chromosomes are present in nucleus of cell in decondensed form , they are visible during cell division .
Chromatids are visible during the Prophase of the Cell Cycle, as the chromosomes which chromatids are formed from condense, thus making them visible.
The chromosomes become visible during the prophase stage of cell division.
cell membrane, nucleus and cytoplasm
You can always see them even not during cell division
NO, but if you do the experiment on onion cell and add stuff to it. Then you can get the result (DNA)
pigeon, i think
No, because human cells don't have cell walls, only cell membranes.
During prophase of mitosis the chromatin condenses into chromosomes and become visible at that point.
Yes. The female egg cell, while small, is visible to the naked eye.
They are visible, but not without the aid of a high powered microscope.
They are not visible during most phases, because they are evenly spread. It is only visible when it condenses during mitosis or meiosis.
Dna is visible in chromosomes