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What is the cellular structure to which the chromosomes attach?

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The centromere is the region where chromatids are held and kinetoch... ...MORE...
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Answer spindle fibers and microtubules that attach to the kinetichores during miosis
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Chromosomes that attach to the spindle fibers by undivided structures are called centromeres. A centromere is a part of a chromosome and joins sister chromatids. ...
During metaphase the centromere attaches to a structure called the kinetochore. They are held in place by microtubules. The chromosomes become arranged in a ring ...
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