For example, the students were asked, "Imagine that spindle fibers
did not form during mitosis but the cell still divided into two daughter cells.
(1999) showed the highest pregnancy rate in cryopreserved pronuclear embryo and obtained a high implantation rate with an absence of 1-cell and spindle fiber
Remember that according to Sherrington's Law of reciprocal inhibition, the tightening of the quads inhibits the response of the spindle fiber
organs of the hamstring.
Rare autoantibody patterns were evaluated as mitotic (midbody, spindle fibers
, centriole and rod and rings), nuclear (PCNA-like) and cytoplasmic (anti-golgi, anti-actin) in our retrospective analyses.
This observation finally settled the dispute about the reality of spindle fibers
and their role in segregating chromosomes in the living cell, a hotly debated issue at the time.
The QMS becomes transformed into the functionally bipolar spindle of meiosis I by increased development of spindle fibers
and movement of pairs of poles toward a single division axis (Fig.
rubromarginata (anaphase I), the chromosomes have a parallel arrangement to the spindle fibers
, and kinetic activity is restricted to the telomere regions.
As a result, their spindle fibers
do not necessarily assume the normal shape of a spindle with two poles; instead, they can have a dysfunctional, multipolar shape.
The kinetochore is the part of the centromere to which spindle fibers
attach during cell division.
The chromosome pairs line up, moving along spindle fibers
. Each pair splits and one complete set of chromosomes moves to each end of the cell.
Chromosomes, cell membranes, and spindle fibers
are modeled in LEGOs as the students move through the stages of interphase, prophase, metaphase, anaphase, and telophase.
22d-f) are rod shaped with poles that are more focused than those of first division, [gamma]-Tubulin is distributed along the spindle fibers