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Plant cell division is like animal cell division in all other aspects, but unlike animal cell, a plant cell lacks centriole, by which spindle fibre produce during metaphase stage. But in plant cell, spindle fibre are produced from protein rich material, i.e. the pole.
Centrioles. They are only found in animal cells and produce the spindle fibers during cell division (namely, Metaphase). One set is located at each pole of the cell.
The name of the continent at the South Pole is Antarctica.
It separates into two pairs of sister chromatids, and one pair goes to each pole of the dividing cell.
A spinnaker pole or a whisker pole.
They are called the electrodes or terminals. The parts of a cell where current leaves and enters the cell. The cathode is the positive, the anode is the negative.
what is the pole of the umbrella called
It is called the pole vault pit.
The "stick" itself is just called a pole or a pole vaulting pole. The poles are named by their length and maximum weight it can hold. For instance, a pole that is 12 feet tall and can hold a pole vaulter with a maximum weight of 130 pounds is a 12 foot 130 pole.
At the South Pole, aurora are called aurora australis.
It's called a "pole" of the Earth's axis. "90Â° North latitude" is the north pole. "90Â° South latitude" is the south pole.
A pole. They are called the north pole and south pole. The north pole of a magnet is defined as the pole that, when the magnet is freely suspended, points towards the Earth's North Magnetic Pole in the Arctic.
The South Pole is also called the South Terrestrial Pole and Amundsen-Scott Station.
The north and south ends of a magnet are called magnetic north pole and south pole. The ends are named such because of the Earth's North Pole and South Pole.