The phase of mitosis in which the chromosomes condense and centrosomes move to opposite poles of the cell is

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The phase of mitosis in which the chromosomes condense and centrosomes move to opposite poles of the cell is

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    Answer:

    The correct answer is – Anaphase.

    Explanation:

    Cell division can be either mitosis or meiosis. Mitosis cell division has these phases:

    A. Interphase – non-dividing phase with to G1, S and G2 sub phase. In this genetic material doubles and cell size increases.

    B. Prophase- chromosomes shorten and condense by coiling. Centrioles move in opposite directions.

    C. Metaphase – spindle fibres bind to kinetochores and pulls it the chromosomes on the equator of the spindle forms a plate called the metaphase plate.

    D. Anaphase- these get condense and centromeres split into two and the spindle fibres pull the daughter centromeres to opposite poles.

    E. Telophase is the last phase of Mitosis.

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