Meiosis

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

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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