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1. One of two identical"sister" parts of a copied chromosome is called a chromatid
2.The final phase of mitosis in which the nuclear envelope re-forms is called anaphase.
3.Divsion of the cytoplasm takes place during prophase.

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    I hope you are not in highschool.

    A chromatid is one of the two identical copies of DNA making up a duplicated chromosome, which are joined at their centromeres, for the process of cell division (mitosis or meiosis). They are called sister chromatids so long as they are joined by the centromeres. When they separate (during anaphase of mitosis and anaphase 2 of meiosis), the strands are called daughter chromosomes

    Anaphase, from the ancient Greek ἀνά (up) and φάσις (stage), is the stage of mitosis or meiosis when chromosomes separate in an eukaryotic cell. Each chromatid moves to opposite poles of the cell, the opposite ends of the mitotic spindle, near the microtubule organizing centers. During this stage, anaphase lag could happen.
    Cytokinesis, from the greek cyto- (cell) and kinesis (motion, movement), is the process in which the cytoplasm of a single eukaryotic cell is divided to form two daughter cells. It is the division of the cytoplasm. It usually initiates during the late stages of mitosis

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    one of two identical sister parts of a copied chromosome is called a chromatid true or false

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