The Nuclear Membrane Begins to Fade from View?


In Mitosis, there is a specific stage in which the nuclear membrane begins to fade from view. The phase is known as Metaphase. Within this phase, not only do the nuclear membrane's fade, but the chromosomes begin to align in the middle of the cell; ready for the next stage.
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