Best answer: What do the spindle fibers attach to in order to pull apart the sister chromatids?

How do spindle fibers pull chromosomes apart?

Chromosomes are held to the metaphase plate by the force of spindle fibers pushing on their centromeres. Anaphase: Spindle fibers shorten and pull sister chromatids toward spindle poles. Separated sister chromatids move toward opposite cell poles.

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