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The model below represents a phase of meiosis. What stage of meiosis does the picture below represent?

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A drawing of a phase of meiosis with individual chromatids moving towards opposite poles.
A
anaphase II

B
metaphase II

C
prophase I

D
telophase I

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  2. It's anaphase. Everything essentially moves to opposite sides of the cell. Telophase. Is division. Interphase is preparatory. Prophase is condensing and metaphase is lining upon metaphase plate.

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