Anaphase

Anaphase I:

The two chromosomes of each bivalent (with chromatids still joined to the centromere) divide from each other and shift to the opposite poles of the cell. Therefore, only one chromosome of each homologous pair arrives at each pole. Therefore at each pole only half the number of chromosomes (i.e., haploid) is received. Such chromosomes are, though not similar as existed at the starting of prophase. Each chromosome comprises of one of its original chromatids and the other has a mixture of segments of its own and a segment of chromatid from its homologue (that is, due to crossing over).

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