An anaphase including the small chromosome is shown in figure 56.
In the anaphase of the second division all of the chromosomes are divided quantitatively as may be seen in figures 77 and 78.
anaphase of same, showing the element x more deeply stained than the chromosomes.
The second maturation division is seen in metaphase in figure 220 and in anaphase in figure 221.
Figure 260 shows a side view of the second spindle in metaphase, and figure 261 in anaphase.
anaphase of first maturation mitosis, one centrosome divided.
The latter is a view of the anaphase which one often gets at three foci in one section.
anaphase of same, showing synapsis of chromosomes at pole of spindle, and element x.
In the anaphase (figs. 14-16) the larger and the smaller components of the pair separate as in Tenebrio.
anaphase an·a·phase (ān'ə-fāz')
The stage of mitosis and meiosis in which the chromosomes move from the equatorial plate toward opposite ends of the nuclear spindle.
The stage of cell division in mitosis or meiosis in which the doubled set of chromosomes separates into two identical groups that move to opposite ends of the cell. Anaphase is preceded by metaphase and followed by telophase. See more at meiosis, mitosis.