What Happens during Anaphase 1?

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The anaphase stage is the 2nd stage in mitosis during which a pair of chromosomes separate and begin moving to opposite ends of the cell. The daughter chromosomes gravitate towards the poles at opposite ends of the cell.
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Anaphase is phase of mitosis where chromosomes separate from each other and then move in opposite directions towards the other side of the cell.
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