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Choose the correct answer for the statements given below

I. Protein involved in the shortening and thickening of chromosome fibres

II. The name of early prophase when elongated chromosomes occur in overlapped condition like a ball of wool without their ends being visible

III. Each group of astral rays along with its centriole pair

IV. Name the narrow point which is responsible for attaching two sister chromatids to each other

a)

I-Codensins, II-Aster, III-Spirme stage, IV-Kinetochore

b)

I-Codensins, II-Aster, III-Spirme stage, IV-Centromere

c)

I-Codensins, II-Spirme stage, III-Aster, IV-Centromere

d)

I-Tubulins, II-Spirme stage, III-Amphiaster, IV-Kinetochore


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Choose the correct answer for the statements given below

I. Protein involved in the shortening and thickening of chromosome fibres

II. The name of early prophase when elongated chromosomes occur in overlapped condition like a ball of wool without their ends being visible

III. Each group of astral rays along with its centriole pair

IV. Name the narrow point which is responsible for attaching two sister chromatids to each other

a)

I-Codensins, II-Aster, III-Spirme stage, IV-Kinetochore

b)

I-Codensins, II-Aster, III-Spirme stage, IV-Centromere

c)

I-Codensins, II-Spirme stage, III-Aster, IV-Centromere

d)

I-Tubulins, II-Spirme stage, III-Amphiaster, IV-Kinetochore

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Answer Key : (c) -

(c)

I. The shortening and thickening of chromosome fibres occurs due to the two reason

Coming together of axial proteins and coiling or spiralisation of chromatin fibres. This is assisted by the proteins, called condensins

II. Sometimes, overlapping is shown by the elongated chromosome. Their ends are not visible. Therefore, the chromosomes appears like a ball of wool and this stage is called sprime stage

III. Animal cells generally have two centrosome or centriole pairs lying close together. These two centrides begins to move towards the opposite sides of the microtubules, surrounding each pair of centrioles (diplosome). It look like a star-shaped body called aster

IV. Shortening of chromosome during prophase is must for their equal distribution during anaphase. Each chromosome appears to have two longitudinal threads called chromatids or sister chromatids, attached to each other by means of a narrow point called centromere



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