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When 2 identical signals are in phase the result is?

An increase in intensity or amplitude

Why are chromosome copied before mitosis?

After Mitosis, the result is 2 new, identical, daughter cells. In order for each to be identical, the chromosomes must be copied.


Division phase of the cell cycle, 1 cell becomes 2 identical cells.

Is Sphase a phase of mitosis?

Yes it is a phase of mitosis. It the the phase in thich the chromosomes duplicate. As a result each chromosome ha 2 sister chromatids

Result of mitosis?

Mitosis is the process in which a eukaryotic cell separates the chromosomes in its cell nucleus, into two identical sets in two daughter nuclei

What results in 2 daughter cells identical to each other and the parent?

this occurs as a result of mitosis.

What are the parameters of analog signal?

The parameters of analog signals are 1.Amplitude 2.Wavelegth 3.frequency 4.phase angle

In mitosis how many times is the DNA copied?

In both mitosis and meiosis DNA replication only occurs once, during Interphase and Interphase 1, for mitosis and meiosis, respectively.

What do twins have in common?

Identical twins are identical because they both came from the same egg. The term "Identical" is used as they look very much like each other and anybody can say that they are twins by just looking at them.

Which Is the results of binary fission?

Symmetric cell division is the result of binary fission. Binary fission is a type of asexual reproduction.

How do you balance the unbalanced load in 3 phase?

If the load is connected in wye (star) and it has a neutral, then the vectorial-difference of the phase currents will flow in the neutral and there will be no problem. On the other hand, if there is no neutral, then an unbalanced load would cause unbalanced phase voltages.

How does mitosis ensure that a new cell is identical to parent cell?

In mitosis there are four phases: Prophase, Anaphase, Metaphase, and telophase. Along with cytokinesis. In these four phases cell division is occurring or ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION. In cell division there is also G1 phase S phase and G2 phase. Im the G1 phase this is where cell division occurs. In S phase the replication of DNA is occured too. And in the G2 phase it is the phase in which the cell prepares for mitosis which is made up of the four phases listed above. So to answer the question mitosis yeilds daughter cells to have the same DNA content by going through these cell division processes.