Difference between Anaphase 1 and Anaphase 2?

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The difference between anaphase 1 and anaphase 2 is with the division of centromere. During anaphase 1 the centromere does not divide in this stage. During anaphase 2 the centromeres of the chromosomes divide.
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anaphase chromatids are plit part in 1.and in 2, the anaphase devolopes sister chromatids that splits apart also.
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Anaphase 1-the centromere remains unsplit; Anaphase 2- the
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Before it begins meiosis, the cell replicates its DNA, so it has four copies of each chromosome; two identical copies of each chromosome, you inherited from your mother, and two identical
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During early anaphase (or Anaphase A) the chromatids abruptly separate and move toward the spindle poles. This is achieved by the shortening of spindle microtubules, with forces mainly
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