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  • noun Plural form of chromatid.

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  • I provided the students with a question that asked them to identify different structures of a chromosome (Chromatids, Centromere). ~60\% of the students said that chromatids are identical copies. ~40\% of the students said that the chromatids are the copy from mom and the copy from dad (this is a common misconception made by students in the Mitosis unit).

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  • I provided the students with a question that asked them to identify different structures of a chromosome (Chromatids, Centromere). ~60\% of the students said that chromatids are identical copies. ~40\% of the students said that the chromatids are the copy from mom and the copy from dad (this is a common misconception made by students in the Mitosis unit).

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  • Chromatids that are attached at the centromere are called what kind of chromatids? mother daughter preprogrammed sister either mother or daughter, but neither sister nor preprogrammed

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  • This done, the sperm and egg each duplicate their respective twenty-three chromatids, motor proteins move the two nuclei together, the nuclear membranes open, and the chromatids mingle, each finding and pairing with its corresponding partner.

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  • But then I raised the issue directly in class yesterday, pointing out that on Monday I'd coloured the two chromatids in a pair differently dark ad light blue, but on Wednesday I'd coloured them the same shade of blue but coloured their homologs pink.

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  • But then I raised the issue directly in class yesterday, pointing out that on Monday I'd coloured the two chromatids in a pair differently dark ad light blue, but on Wednesday I'd coloured them the same shade of blue but coloured their homologs pink.

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  • Then, during the one-hour mitotic phase, the spindle fiber network is monitored, determining if the fibers have joined properly to the chromatids.

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  • This done, the sperm and egg each duplicate their respective twenty-three chromatids, motor proteins move the two nuclei together, the nuclear membranes open, and the chromatids mingle, each finding and pairing with its corresponding partner.

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  • Then, during the one-hour mitotic phase, the spindle fiber network is monitored, determining if the fibers have joined properly to the chromatids.

    THE HIDDEN FACE OF GOD

  • This done, the sperm and egg each duplicate their respective twenty-three chromatids, motor proteins move the two nuclei together, the nuclear membranes open, and the chromatids mingle, each finding and pairing with its corresponding partner.

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