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Thread-like piece of DNA located in the nucleus of cells that contains hereditary material
a) centromere
b) spindle fibers
c) chromosome
d) centriole

Region that holds two sister chromatids tightly together during mitosis
a) centriole
b) chromatid
c) centromere
d) spindle fibers

Pair of organelles in the cytoplasm that creates spindle fibers during mitosis
a) spindle fibers
b) centriole
c) chromatid
d) chromatin

Long thread-like chromosome that is not visible. They are found during interphase
a) chromatin
b) spindle fibers
c) chromatid
d) centromere

Coiled up, rod-shaped chromosome that is visible during the stages of mitosis. Made up of a chromosome that is visible during the stages of mitosis. Made up of a chromosome and its identical copy
a) centriole
b) centromere
c) spindle fibers
d) chromatid

Fibers that extend from the cell poles toward chromosomes. They attach to chromosomes at the centromere and pull the sister chromatids apart during cell division.
a) spindle fibers
b) chromosome
c) chromatin
d) centromere

Thread-like piece of DNA located in the nucleus of cells that contains hereditary material
a) spindle fibers
b) chromosome
c) chromatin
d) centromere

Fibers that extend from the cell poles toward chromosomes. They attach to chromosomes at the centromere and pull the sister chromatids apart during cell division.
a) spindle fibers
b) chromosome
c) chromatin
d) centromere

Long thread-like chromosome that is not visible. They are found during interphase
a) spindle fibers
b) chromosome
c) chromatin
d) centromere

Region that holds two sister chromatids tightly together during mitosis
a) spindle fibers
b) chromosome
c) chromatin
d) centromere

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