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List changes that occur in the cell during metaphase.


Now, I want you all to take a closer look at what happens during metaphase. During this phase, the spindle fibers attach to the centromeres of the chromosomes and align them in the center of the cell. Additionally, the nuclear envelope breaks down, and microtubules move the chromosomes to opposite poles of the cell. As this happens, the centrosomes also move to opposite poles of the cell. Moreover, the kinetochores of the chromosomes attach to the spindle fibers, the chromosomes condense and become visible, and the asters form around the centrosomes. To sum it up, during metaphase, the chromosomes are tightly coiled and organized. If you want to learn more about this interesting phase in the cell cycle, check out the link provided: brainly.com/question/13627503 #SPJ1