Describe what happens by the end of anaphase. a. The chromosomes in the cell become less tightly coiled.

Describe what happens by the end of anaphase.

a. The chromosomes in the cell become less tightly coiled.
b. The nuclear envelope disappears in the cell.
c. The mitotic spindle of the cell begins to form outside the nucleus.
d. The cell begins to elongate and the two poles have an equivalent collection of chromsomes.
e. The vesicles derived from the Golgi apparatus produce a cell plate at the middle of the cell that eventually forms the new cell wall.


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