During which phase of mitosis does the nuclear membrane reappear around the newly formed set of chromosomes?

Which phases is the nuclear envelope absent?

Remember that the nuclear membrane is disassembled during prophase of mitosis. It remains absent through the duration of mitosis until it begins to reassemble during telophase. The nuclear membrane is thus absent during prophase, metaphase, and telophase.

In which two phases of mitosis does the nuclear membrane appear or disappear?

Micrographs illustrating the progressive stages of mitosis in a plant cell. During prophase, the chromosomes condense, the nucleolus disappears, and the nuclear envelope breaks down. At metaphase, the condensed chromosomes (more…)

In which of the stage of mitosis cell division does the nuclear membrane disappear?

During metaphase, the nuclear membrane disappears and the chromosomes become aligned half way between the centrioles.

Why do you think the nuclear membrane disappear during mitosis?

The nuclear envelope does not disappear in metaphase of mitosis, because it already did in prophase. … The nuclear envelope needs to be broken apart so that the chromosomes can be found, aligned in the middle of the cell, and then pulled apart.

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