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Fig. 30. Diagram, slightly modified from Agar, to show a typical cell division (karyogenesis)
The chromosomes are represented as black threads and rods, which pass onto the spindle fibres and then move to the poles of the spindle where they subsequently become vacuolated to form the resting nuclei of the two daughter cells.
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Morgan, T. H. (1925). Evolution and genetics. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
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