Sister chromatids are 2 identical strands of DNA, held together at the centromere after being copied in the S-Phase of the Cell cycle . During mitosis chromatids separate, each entering identical daughter cells.
Image 1: An image of sister chromatids
- ↑ Alberts et al. (2008) The Molecular Biology Of The Cell, 5th edition, New York:Garland Science.
- ↑ “Sister Chromatid/ Chromosome Confusion...?” Yahoo! Answers, Yahoo!, 2000, answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20110316132406AABhgVk.
- ↑ Alberts et al, (2008) Molecular Biology of the Cell. 5th edition. New York, Garland Science