Meiosis

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