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Figure 4: Photomicrographs showing phases of mitosis (1% crystal violet, x1000) Metaphase is seen as a single clot of chromatin with hairy extensions (A), cross section of a cell in metaphase (B), schematic representation of metaphase (C), a spindling phenomenon is suggestive of anaphase (D), schematic representation of anaphase (E), when two separate clots of chromatin are seen without cytoplasmic division, it indicates a telophase (F), schematic representation of telophase (G)

Figure 4: Photomicrographs showing phases of mitosis (1% crystal violet, x1000) Metaphase is seen as a single clot of chromatin with hairy extensions (A), cross section of a cell in metaphase (B), schematic representation of metaphase (C), a spindling phenomenon is suggestive of anaphase (D), schematic representation of anaphase (E), when two separate clots of chromatin are seen without cytoplasmic division, it indicates a telophase (F), schematic representation of telophase (G)