Centromeres of sister chromatids disjoin and chromatids separate. True or False

Centromeres of sister chromatids disjoin and chromatids separate. True or False

Answers

It's true, it's part of anaphase

Anaphase

Explanation:

Cohesin is a protein that holds sisters chromatids together. Anaphase begins with the cleavage of that protein, enabling centromeres to split, and the movement of sister chromatides (new daughter chromosomes) toward the poles.  

During the anaphase, microtubules that are not attached to chromosomes elongate and push apart. This elongation makes the cell longer and separates the poles.

Anaphase II.

Explanation:

Cell division may be defied as the phenomena by which the cell multiply and increases its number under the influence of cell cycle checkpoints. Two main type of cell division are meiosis and mitosis.

The meiosis result in the formation of four haploid cells from the single parent diploid cell. The Anaphase II of meiosis leads to the disjoin of the sister chromatids and the separation of chromatids. This is similar to the anaphase of mitosis.

Thus, the correct answer is anaphase II.

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