Last phase of karyokynesis


Ans. Telophase

Karyokinesis is the division of nucleus that results in the formation of two daughter nuclei by distribution of nuclear material duplicated during interphase. It can be divided into four stages: prophase, metaphase, anaphase and telophase. 
So, the last stage of karyokinesis is telophase. Events during this stage are:
  1. New nuclear envelopes form around the two groups of daughter chromosomes
  2. The new nucleoli begin to appear
  3. Formation of the two daughter nuclei is complete
  4. Spindle fibers disappear
  5. Reduction in viscocity of cytoplasm

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