This is from SAT subject biology test practice question. The answer it gave me was both chiasmata and centromeres. I can understand they are held by chiasmata but why also centromeres? I looked it up, ...
Note : Consider the y axis as 1,2,3,4(not 2,3,4) and x axis as time. Roman numerals should be considered from I-X ( some are not correct here ) Which stages show mitosis? My answer : III-V Which ...
I found such a clause: The general principle is that mitosis creates somatic cells and meiosis creates germ cells. However, I cannot agree. Each gametogonium needs to go through mitosis before ...
I am reading the answer and I am getting confused by the sentence: At the end of meiosis I females have two daughter cells and meiosis II only occurs if and when fertilization occurs by a sperm ...
I am reading one answer about meiosis: During meiosis I, the sex chromosomes separate and enter different sperm or egg cells (gametes). I assume that sex chromosomes refer here to homologous ...