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I describe a cell cycle and name the stage at which the chromosome content gets doubled. What is the difference between homologous chromosomes and sister chromatids?

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Cell cycle can be defined as one cell division from one G1 to the next. The stages are G1 (initial cell growth), S (DNA replication), G2 (another growth stage before cell division) and M (cell ...

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