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Interestingly, the very own existence of an interphase II between meiosis I and meiosis II is highly questionable, and a search on Pubmed found an article by Vernet et al., according to which interphase II exists only in male meiosis.


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According to the diagram found on this site, chromosomes do unwind during Interphase II of meiosis. Sparknotes, although it's not necessarily a reputable scientific source, seems to concur: Once the nuclear envelope has re-formed after the first meiotic division, the cell enters a short interphase. This interphase is not as specific as mitotic ...


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Mitosis: 1. Yes, the spindle fibers attach to centromeres at the prometaphase http://www.biology.arizona.edu/cell_bio/tutorials/cell_cycle/cells3.html Meiosis: 1. The nuclear membrane breaks down in Metaphase 1 and reforms during Telophase. It breaks down again in Prophase 2, reforming after that in Telophase 2 in the daughter cells. The spindles attach ...



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