If the combination of iron filings and sulfur in Question 25 is heated strongly, the iron reacts with the sulfur to form a solid that is no longer attracted by the magnet. Would this still represent a mixture? Why or why not?
b. These chromosomes consist of two duplicate strands known as chromatids. 3. Metaphase a. During this phase, the chromatids line up in the middle of the cell. 4. Anaphase a. In this stage, the duplicated chromosomes move away from the center to opposite sides of the cell. b. One of each pair moves to opposite sides so that there are identical chromosomes on each side. Telophase a. In telophase the chromosomes have reached the opposite sides and new membranes start to form around the chromosomes, creating two new nuclei each containing the same genetic material.