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    I'm haviing problems starting with a fruit fly spermatogonia in the interphase and taking it through the entire meiotic process using these labels as I need them:

    Interphase - Nucleus - Centrosomes - Spindle fibers -

    Double-stranded chromosome -Metaphase I & II -4 sperm-

    Anaphase I & II - Telophase I & II - Prophase II - and


    I know the chromosomes are numbered Pair I, II, III, and IV. Pair II, III, and IV are identical and both male and female fruit flies. Chromosomes are found in pairs and that one chromosome of each pair is provided by the female parent and one is provided by the male parent.

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