Prometaphase

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 Prometahpase is the stage of [[Mitosis|mistosis]] preceding [[Metaphase|metaphse]] and after [[Prophase|prophase]] in which the [[Nuclear envelope|nuclear envelope]] breaks down and[[Chromosomes|chromosomes]] first attach to the [[Spindle fibers|spindle fibers]].  
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 Prometahpase is the stage of [[Mitosis|mistosis]] preceding [[Metaphase|metaphse]] and after [[Prophase|prophase]] in which the [[Nuclear envelope|nuclear envelope]] breaks down and [[Chromosomes|chromosomes]] first attach to the [[Spindle fibers|spindle fibers]].  
  
Chromosomes can now attach to the spindles via kinetochores in metaphase.   
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Chromosomes can then undergo active movement in the later stages of mitosis..   
  
 
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<references />&nbsp;Alberts et al (2008) The molecular biology of the cell, 5th edition, Garland Science, New York.
 
<references />&nbsp;Alberts et al (2008) The molecular biology of the cell, 5th edition, Garland Science, New York.

Revision as of 21:15, 28 November 2013

 Prometahpase is the stage of mistosis preceding metaphse and after prophase in which the nuclear envelope breaks down and chromosomes first attach to the spindle fibers.

Chromosomes can then undergo active movement in the later stages of mitosis.. 


 Alberts et al (2008) The molecular biology of the cell, 5th edition, Garland Science, New York.

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