The spindle apparatus is made up of subcellular structures. These structures separate chromosomes from other cells and assist in cell division.
Yes, all eukaryotic cells have a spindle apparatus
The spindle apparatus becomes visible after stage two of mitosis. (I'm trying to remember from biology class, so i could be wrong!)
The centrosome. The mitotic spindle. The spindle apparatus.
Associated proteins, and any centrosomes or asters present at the spindle poles.
Separation of chromatids during anaphase .
They synthesise the spindle apparatus during cell division.
the spindle apparatus pulls the sister cromatids to either side of the cell. the cell then divides and creates two daughter cells with the exact copies of chromosomes
A collection of minute fibers composed of microtubules, which are prominent during cell division, asmitotic spindle or mitotic apparatus''.
chromosomes migrate to equator of the spindle apparatus
Prophase: The condensation of chromosomes; the nuclear membrane disappears; formation of the spindle apparatus; chromosomes attach to spindle fibers.
Muscle inhibition by Golgi spindle apparatus located inside the musculotendin.
-sister chromatids are pulled by motor proteins along the spindle apparatus