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 What Pulls Chromosomes Apart in the Anaphase in Plant Cells?

Answer Mitosis is the process in which plant and animal cells divide. The cell is essentially "pinched" into two daughter cells that contain the exact genetic material -- DNA -- of the parent cell. Severa... Read More »
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Do plant cells have chromosomes?

Plant cell do not have chromosomes; instead, they have autosomes, ribosomes, endosomes, lysosomes and peroxisomes. Other structures in a plant cell include the nucleus, the endoplasmic reticulum, g... Read More »
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How many chromosomes does a human body cell contain in anaphase?

Human body cells originally have 23 chromosomes. These chromosomes make copies of themselves. Consequently, when cell division begins and progresses through its stages of prophase, metaphase and an... Read More »
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How many chromosomes do egg&sperm cells have?

Human eggs contain 23 chromosomes consisting of one sex-determining X chromosome and 22 other chromosomes called autosomes. Human sperm contain one sex chromosome (X or Y) and 22 autosomes. At fer... Read More »
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How many chromosomes do the sex cells of hamsters have?

The sex cells of a hamster have 22 chromosomes. These are called diploid chromosomes. When the two combine, there are 44 chromosomes total that make up the characteristics of a single hamster.Sou... Read More »
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