How is a chromatid attached to a spindle fiber?


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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Duplicate strands of chromosomes, called chromatids, attach to
Spindle fibers (kinetochore microtubules) attach to the sister chromatids' kinetochores during prometaphase. The actual separation is in anaphase, however. Chromatids are visible
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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