Meiosis

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

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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