An organism has two pair of chromosomes(i.e. chromosome number=4). Diagrammatically represent the chromosome arrangement during different phases of meiosis II.
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The diagramatic representation of meiosis II for the organism having two pairs of chromosomes is as under:
Meiosis II − Resembles Mitosis
Prophase II − Chromosomes become compact and nuclear membrane disappears.
Metaphase II − Chromosomes align on equatorial plate and spindle fibres appear and attach to kinetochores of sister chromatids.
Anaphase II − Centromere of each chromosome splits and sister chromatids move towards opposite poles of the cell.
Telophase II − Nuclear envelope reappears and cytokinesis follows, resulting in formation of a tetrad (4 haploid cells).
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