3.3.1 List of terminologies in meiosis

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Region where spindle fibre binds to the chromosomes
• A specialized constricted region where two sisters chromatids are joined after replication

Centromere

• _________ is one of the two identical halves of a duplicated chromosome

chromatids

• When two chromatids joined together and make up one chromosome , they are called ______ chromatids

sister chromatids

A pair of chromosomes of the same length, same centromere position and staining pattern
• Carry genes controlling same inherited characters

Homologous chromosomes

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Pairing up of homologous chromosomes
•in Prophase I
•that results in a structure called bivalent

Synapsis

• A pair of homologous chromosomes that line up beside each other

Bivalent

• A pair of homologous chromosomes made up of four chromatids

Tetrad

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•The site where crossing over occur

Chiasma

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•An exchange of genetic material between non- sister chromatids of homologous chromosome
• in Prophase I
•results in genetic variation

Crossing over

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A pair of homologous chromosomes

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Two pairs of homologous chromosomes

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