A chromatid (Greek khrōmat- 'color' + -id) is one copy of a newly copied
chromosome which is still joined to the other copy by a single centromere. Before
replication, one chromosome is...
The two halves of a chromosome are called chromatids, or, more fully, sister-
chromatids. Each sister-chromatid contains one molecule of DNA. The two DNA ...
Chromosomes are structures located in the nucleus of the cell. ... Chromosomes
are long thin threads called chromatin until cell division occurs. ... Two daughter
nuclei, genetically identical the original nucleus, are formed. ... This furrow
becomes deeper until, eventually, it breaks the 2 halves apart to form 2 daughter
Mitosis is a cellular division resulting in two identical nuclei that takes place in
somatic cells. ... Structures called centrioles position themselves across from
each other, ... apart at their centromere (chromosomes have two complementary
halves, ... in anticipation of doubling it again when an egg and a sperm unite
during the ...
For most of a cells lifetime, chromosomes exist as chromatin. Chromatin are ....
Slide 45. The two halves of the doubled structure are called sister chromatids.
The structure most responsible for maintaining cell homeostasis is the _____.
plasma ... cancer. The two halves of a doubled chromosome structure are called
Nov 30, 2008 ... Mitosis <ul><li>During mitosis, one parent cell divides into two ... </li></ul><ul><li
>The two halves of the doubled structure are called sister chromatids . ...
Telophase <ul><li>Chromosomes uncoil </li></ul><ul><li>Spindle is ...
During mitosis, a diploid cell would go from one 2N cell to two 2N cells. ... The
nuclear envelope is still present during this stage, as are any nucleolar structures
. ... The movement phase begins precisely as the two halves of a chromosome,
the .... The doubled chromosomes will fuse within a single nucleus, thus
The two structures forming a cell cytoskeleton are ______. microtubules and ....
chromosomes The two halves of a doubled chromosome structure are called ...
Each half of the chromosome is now called a chromatid. Note that there is still
only one chromosome; it consists of two chromatids but has only one centromere.