Meiosis

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V P R D J D U E V A S F O E P K I C X
D R C M W T U G F T A L N V I X B C T
A O E F I F K E M S O O N N X A B P C
N P A T Y N V X E R E I T F X N S N G
A H C S R X X X E S U E M V G A C T K
P A N F O T I Q A R R H E Y P P E H W
H S T C V T J H O P V V T N R H N P N
A E S M K J P D H R B S A E O A O W O
S O U P B O N A I V Q O P L P S E V V
E N X K L P S R F Q Y P H Q H E S U A
O E O E N E W R X X S D A L A T A S K
N S T Y O P R F N G Y Q S B S W H L I
E P V N H C Y Q P R P O E O E O P P L
H E E N T J I H D D J X T O T U A B X
T T W Y Y S C Q T I B R W T W W T D K
U E X Q O C E B J I Q R O W O F E G I
W T F T E L O P H A S E T W O I M P V
B P H K G M T E M A T S W V J G Y D Y
Y M W B I T C Y J B W Q G U Y I K N V

Clues

  • Bivalents line up along the equator and Independent Random Assortment of Maternal and Paternal Chromosomes occurs. (9, 3)
  • Chromosomes line up on the equator. (9, 3)
  • Chromosones condense, bivalents are formed, centrioles move to opposite poles, spindle fibres are formed and crossing over occurs. (8, 3)
  • Cytokinesis (9, 3)
  • DNA replicates, organelles replicate, more ATP is released and there is more protein synthesis. (10, 3)
  • Spindle fibres reform. (8, 3)
  • Spindles contract and chromosomes are pulled to opposite poles. (8, 3)
  • Spindles contract, centromere spilts, chromatids are pulled to opposite poles. (8, 3)
  • Two new nuclei are formed. (9, 3)

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