How many chromosomes does a human cell have after DNA replication?

How many chromosomes are there after DNA replication in meiosis?

Recall that there are two divisions during meiosis: meiosis I and meiosis II. The genetic material of the cell is duplicated during S phase of interphase just as it was with mitosis resulting in 46 chromosomes and 92 chromatids during Prophase I and Metaphase I.

How many cell are there after DNA replication?

This process involves replication of the cell’s chromosomes, segregation of the copied DNA, and splitting of the parent cell’s cytoplasm. The outcome of binary fission is two new cells that are identical to the original cell.

How many chromatids are in a human cell after replication?

A chromatid is one of the two strands that form when a chromosome replicates itself for the process of cell division (either mitosis or meiosis). Prior to replication, human somatic cells contain 46 chromosomes. Thus, after replication, there would be 92 chromatids.

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