Biology Meiosis Stages

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Homologous pairs form as sister chromatids condense and become visible. Crossing over may occur at this time.
Prophase 1
1 of 8
Homologous pairs line up and move to the equator of the cell.
Metaphase 1
2 of 8
Homologous pairs separate.
Anaphase 1
3 of 8
Intermediate daughter cells form.
Telophase 1
4 of 8
Spindle fibres begin form and chromosomes migrate towards the equator of the cell.
Prophase 2
5 of 8
Spindle fibres form and chromosomes are on the equator of the cell.
Metaphase 2
6 of 8
The sister chromatids separate and from individual chromosomes.
Anaphase 2
7 of 8
Separate gametes are produced from the cells.
Telophase 2
8 of 8

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Card 2

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Homologous pairs line up and move to the equator of the cell.

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Metaphase 1

Card 3

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Homologous pairs separate.

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Card 4

Front

Intermediate daughter cells form.

Back

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Card 5

Front

Spindle fibres begin form and chromosomes migrate towards the equator of the cell.

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