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Listening euchromatin heterochromatin query

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which one of the two is seen during mitosis?

I was of view, since euchromatin is accessible it should be abundant during mitosis....

this query is in regard to a question in kaplan qbank, please reply ....
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dear friends,

which one of the two is seen during mitosis?

I was of view, since euchromatin is accessible it should be abundant during mitosis....

this query is in regard to a question in kaplan qbank, please reply ....
it must be euchromatin cuz abundant euchromatin signifies active cell...so a cell undregoing mitosis is active so euchr must be more
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it must be euchromatin cuz abundant euchromatin signifies active cell...so a cell undregoing mitosis is active so euchr must be more
ans is heterochromatin and i dont know why, first aid mentions in mitosis , chromosome condenses, has to be related to that ....
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Its heterochromatic because there is NO DNA REPLICATION in mitosis. Euchromatin is required for DNA replication which occurs during interphase. In mitosis there is only allignment/movement/separation of chromosomes.
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Its heterochromatic because there is NO DNA REPLICATION in mitosis. Euchromatin is required for DNA replication which occurs during interphase. In mitosis there is only allignment/movement/separation of chromosomes.
Yeah I agree. DNA is condensed. Which is basically heterochromatin (Dark dense)
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