What is teleophase?

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Teleophase is one of the steps a cell goes through in either mitosis or meiosis. An easy way to remember this is by breaking the word down: 'Teleo' (end) phase (stage). This stage is marked by the chromosomes moving to opposite ends of the nuclei spindle.
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