How is a chromatid attached to a spindle fiber?

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A chromatid is attached to the spindle fibers by way of the centromeres. This is part of the metaphase of mitosis. The next phase, the anaphase, is where the chromatid becomes a chromosome.
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Centromere.
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Duplicate strands of chromosomes, called chromatids, attach to
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Spindle fibers (kinetochore microtubules) attach to the sister chromatids' kinetochores during prometaphase. The actual separation is in anaphase, however. Chromatids are visible
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Centrioles do not have much to do with chromosomes. Centrioles are found just floating in the cytoplasm, while chromosomes are in the nucleus. Chromatins, strands the chromosomes
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