Anaphase ii

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Anaphase ii

(Science: cell biology) The stage in the second meiotic division of meiosis that follows metaphase ii.

in each cell produced during the first meiotic division, the paired chromatids are separated from each other and moved to opposite ends of the cell. The stage begins as soon as the centromeres connecting each chromatid to its pair break and ends when the two new sets of chromosomes arrive at opposite ends of each cell.

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