Difference between Prophase and Metaphase?


There are several phases in a cell cycle with a distinct difference between each cycle. During prophase, the chromosomes coil and the nuclear membrane disintegrates. The spindle apparatus also forms during this phase. During metaphase, the chromosomes become aligned.
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Prophase is when a cell forms its centromere and Metaphase is
In the prophase, the chromosomes are seen as intact, compact structures. In the metaphase, the chromosomes align in the equatorial region of the spindle.
Chromosome condensation and microtubule formation both begin in the G2 phase but occur mostly during the first stage of the M phase, which is called prophase. The microtubules are
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