Q. 15.0( 2 Votes )

The stage of karyokinesis at which daughter nuclei are formed.
A. Prophase

B. Metaphase

C. Anaphase

D. Telophase

Answer :

During telophase stage of Karyokinesis, daughter nuclei are formed. Karyokinesis is the process of division of nucleus. During this phase, two sets of chromosomes which have reached opposite poles de-condensed and become thread, network like chromatin reticulum. Nuclear membrane and nucleolus reappears. Thus two daughter nuclei are formed.

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