The spindle is the structure that acts as a scaffolding for chromosomal attachment and movement. This occurs during later mitotic stages.
The structure that acts as a scaffolding for chromosomal attachment and movement is called the spindle fiber. It is formed during cell division.
Spindle acts as a scaffolding for chromosomal attachment and movement. Chromosomes attach to the spindle fibers by undivided structures called centromeres.
The structures that act as the scaffolding for chromosomal attachment and movement are the spindle fibers. These are achromatic filaments that inwardly extend from the poles of a dividing cell.
Spindle? Those little microtubules that originate from centrioles... or so I think.
Mitotic Spindle which forms between the centrioles, and the asters ("stars"), which radiate outward from the ends of the spindle and anchor it to the plasma membrane. The spindle acts as a scaffolding for the attachment and movement of the chromosomes during later mitotic stages. Meanwhile, the nuclear envelope and the nucleus break down and disappear.
Chromosomal movement is present throughout the cell division, but the first prominent movement is when the cell is in metaphase where the chromosomes move to line up at the middle of the cell.
Muscles work by either contracting or relaxing. The movement that they cause is dependent on the structure that they are attached to e.g contraction of the biceps causes the arm to bend upwards due to the attachment of ligaments.