A cell has 32 chromosomes. It undergoes mitotic division. What will be the chromosome number (N) during metaphase? What would be the DNA content (C) during anaphase?
Both N and C will be 32.
This is due the fact that DNA is replicated during S phase, after that it would remain the same during equational division.
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