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Which of the following stage is responsible for the appearance of Lampbrush chromosomes?

a)

Meiotic prophase

b)

Mitotic prophase

c)

Mitotic anaphase

d)

Mitotic metaphase


Question ID - 3255 :-

Which of the following stage is responsible for the appearance of Lampbrush chromosomes?

a)

Meiotic prophase

b)

Mitotic prophase

c)

Mitotic anaphase

d)

Mitotic metaphase

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Answer Key : (a) -

(a)

Lampbrush chromosomes are present in growing oocytes, during the diplotene stage of meiotic prophase-I. Chromosomes transform into the Lampbrush form due to an active transcription of many genes



Next Question :

The given figure is the representation of a certain event at a particular stage of a type of cell division. Identify the stage and choose the correct option?

a)

Prophase-I during meiosis

b)

Prophase-II during meiosis

c)

Prophase during meiosis

d)

Both prophase and metaphase of mitosis


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