Meiosis

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

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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