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22 October, 07:51

If an X represents a replicated chromosome, how many chromatids of which type does it represent?

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  1. 22 October, 08:53
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    Replicated chromosome contains two sister chromatides

    Explanation:

    Before mitosis (cell division) DNA (chromosomes) must be replicated (during the S phase of interphase) so that each daughter cell receive a complete copy of the DNA. As a result of DNA replication, the two identical chromosomes will be formed and they are called sister chromatids. Two sister chromatides are joined to the original chromosome by a single centromere.

    During the anaphase of mitosis, these chromatids will separate longitudinally to become individual chromosomes.
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