meiosis

you start with a cell that has a 2N number of 84. this cell goes through meiosis. for each of the following stages, determine the number of chromosomes, chromatids, and bivalents present a single cell.
a. Prophase I
b. Anaphase I
c. Metaphase II
d. Cytokinesis II

I think if you look through some of the images at the following link, it will answer these questions.

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