In interphase the chromosomes are not yet visible but become
visible in prophase
Chromosomes become visible during prophase.
The chromosomes are not visible.
There are 46 chromosomes visible in prophase. That means that the number of doubled chromosomes visible in prophase would be 23.
Chromosomes are visible during prophase. Chromosomes are only visible in cells during the cell division because the DNA and protein that the chromosomes are made of are spread throughout the nucleus.
Chromosomes become visible during Prophase.
When do the chromosomes become visible in a light microscope
In the cell cycle, chromosomes become visible in Prophase.
Only during mitosis- the chromatin consenses making the chromosomes visible.
In prophase there's just the condensation of the chromatin material into chromosomes...& nuclear membrane disappears but the chromosomes aren't clearly visible,they are better visible during metaphase..!
Chromosomes always visible because their not as spread out and easy to see as during metaphase.
Prophase is the stage of mitosis where the DNA condenses into visible chromosomes.
The chromosomes become visible during the prophase stage of cell division.
Because the chromosomes are uncoiled.
During prophase of mitosis the chromatin condenses into chromosomes and become visible at that point.
This is the phase where thin chromatin threads coil and condense to form visible chromosomes.
chromatin is only visible when cell under goes division whereas chromosomes r visible when cell divided
the chromosomes are somewhat less condensed and are not visible as individual objects under the light microscope.
During prophase, it is not necessarily that something becomes compacted into visible chromosomes, per se. Chromatids are joined together to become visible pairs.
No. Chromosomes aren't visible until Prophase.
During DNA replication where the chromosomes becomes visible.
Chromosomes are not visible during interphase
Yes They are visible in both methods.They are visible in prophase
yes they are now 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.
Prophase is when the chromosomes become visible, shorter, and thicker, and start to move towards the center of the cell.
Chromosomes condense becoming visible during the prophase part of mitosis which is the stage between interphase and metaphase.
chromosomes are appear at the prophase stage
Condensation and shortening of chromatin material and disintegration of nuclear envelope during prophase make chromosomes visible.
prophase or phase two where it becomes visible in the nucleus.
It becomes visible during the prophase stage of mitosis
Chromosomes are visible in the cell nucleus during mitosis and meiosis.
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.
The first stage of mitosis when chromosomes start becoming visible in the microscope is called prophase.
DNA is visible during mitosis (replication) when the chromosomes condense.
Chromosomes become visible during prophase of mitosis.
Interphase and Telophase
Phrophase because the chromosomes become wound together very tightly which increases the density which makes them visible.
they become condensed and that makes them more visible
Chromosones become visible during mitosis (specifically prophase)
Interphase, because during pro phase they become visible so that means in interphase they were not visible.
The stage chromosomes duplicate is during interphase. Interphase is the first stage of the cell cycle when chromosomes become visible and are replicated.
the chromosomes are replicated (copied) and are compacted into dense visible structures
No, chromosomes are only visible when a cell is undergoing division.
Dna is visible in chromosomes
the chromosomes become visible.
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The phase of mitosis where the chromatin fibers duplicate and condense into visible chromosomes is Interphase. Interphase is the first stage of the cell cycle.
You can see a chromosone at all times, however they are most easily visible during mitosis, when the cell is dividing. During this process the chromosomes condense, making them more easily visible.
They first become visible during prophase of mitosis.