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- Mitosis and nondisjunction [Cell division, 17]
- The elegant movements of the chromosomes during mitosis can be visualized in extremely flattened epithelial cells isolated from the lung of a newt. The replicated chromosomes divide into two identical sets as they are moved by the microtubules of the mitotic spindle
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- To show the movements of the chromosomes during mitosis visualized in flattened epithelial cells
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