Subject: In humnas, before mitosis are there 92 chromosomes or chromatids?
Date: Sat Nov 10 19:28:02 2007
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Area of science: Cell Biology
I don't understand the difference between a chromosome and a chromatid. Is a
chromosome a chromatid? My teacher said there were 92 chromosomes before
mitosis, but why do you need 92 chromosomes if a chromatid (half of a
chromosome)is a mirror image of the other half?
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