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During meiotic division, the

a)

Homologous chromosomes are separated

b)

The linkage is disturbed

c)

The homologous chromosomes do not segregate

d)

All of the above



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During meiotic division, the

a)

Homologous chromosomes are separated

b)

The linkage is disturbed

c)

The homologous chromosomes do not segregate

d)

All of the above

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Answer Key / Explanation : (a) -

(a)

In meiotic cell division, homologous chromosomes pair up during zygotene stage of prophase-I, this phenomena is called synapsis. During anaphase-I, homologous chromosomes of each bivalent start migrating towards opposite pole of the spindle, ultimately each pole receives a haploid group of regregated chromosomes.

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