Blood Cells in Prophase, LM

Blood Cells in Prophase, LM

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Caption: Blood cells in the prophase of mitosis. Centrioles separate developing astral rays (microtubules) and move to opposite poles of the cell. The spindle of microtubules develops between the centrioles. Chromosomes then divide longitudinally into chromatid pairs and become arranged equatorially. Magnification 400x at 35mm.

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Keywords: animal cell, biology, blood cell, cell, cell anatomy, cell division, cell growth, cell reproduction, cell structure, cellular, cellular division, cytology, eukaryote, eukaryotic, histology, human cell, light micrograph, lm, lymphocyte, mammalian cell, micrograph, micrography, microscopic, microscopy, mitosis, nucleus, organelle, physiology, prophase, reproduction

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