|Mitosis Lab||SUPER VLB|
Contrasting anaphase of mitosis, sister chromatids making up each doubled chromosome do not separate, for the sister chromatids do separate in mitosis anaphase. Only the tetrads split up. In mitosis anaphase, four daughter chromosomes move toward each pole. Anaphase II of meiosis is the same as mitosis anaphase, exceot that 2 rather than four daughter chromosomes move toward each pole.
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