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A flipbook I made about meiosis, a cell dividing into four daughter cells. It goes through all of the stages. Enjoy :)

A flipbook I made about meiosis, a cell dividing into four daughter cells. It goes through all of the stages. Enjoy :)

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  • 1. Meiosis Slideshow The stages of Meiosis
  • 2. Diploid Cell (2n)
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  • 11. Prophase 1: In this stage the chromatids connect and cross over, this is when the chromatids trade sections.
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  • 14. Metaphase 1: In this stage the chromatids line up in the center of the cell, and the spindle fibres attach to the chromatids. 
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  • 19. Anaphase 1: In this stage the chromatids start moving to opposite ends of the cell as the spindle fibres pull.
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  • 29. Telophase 1: In this stage the nuclear membrane forms again around the chromatid, the two daughter cells forming are haploid.
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  • 40. Prophase II:  In this stage the centrosomes start moving to opposite sides of each cell.
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  • 45. Metaphase II: In this stage the sister chromatids line up at the center and the  spindle fibres attach and start  pulling on them.
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  • 48. Anaphase II:  This is the stage where the chromatids seperate and start  moving towards opposite sides  of the cells.
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  • 53. Telophase II: In this stage the cells start  dividing and the nuclear  membrane reforms around the chromatids.
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  • 58. Gamete: Now after meiosis, there are four daughter cells which if male, are four sperm cells and if female, are one egg cell and three other cells that form around the egg cell.